The typical value of a gallon of self-serve common gasoline in San Diego County rose Sunday for the 18th time in 20 days, rising 3 cents to $6.032, its highest quantity since Oct. 17.
The typical value has risen 65 cents over the previous 20 days, together with 2.8 cents Saturday, in accordance with figures from the AAA and Oil Worth Data Service.
The typical value rose 16 consecutive days, dropped a half-cent Thursday and 1.5 cents Friday, then resumed rising Saturday. It’s 21.3 cents a couple of week in the past, 68.5 cents greater than one month in the past and 38 cents above what it was one yr in the past.
The typical value has dropped 40.3 cents since rising to a document $6.435 on Oct. 5.
The nationwide common value dropped for the sixth consecutive day following an 11-day streak of will increase totaling 7.8 cents, reducing four- tenths of a cent to $3.847. It’s 2.9 cents lower than one week in the past however 1 cent a couple of month in the past and 14.7 cents greater than one yr in the past.
The nationwide common value has dropped $1.169 since rising to a document $5.016 on June 14, 2022.
–Metropolis Information Service