The national average for a gallon of gas is about 25 cents less than it was during last year’s Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Between November 21 and 26 of 2012, a gallon of regular retail gasoline averaged $3.42 nationwide, and 39 million Americans drove to their Thanksgiving destination.
Pump prices in the Southeast are currently about 13 cents less than last year’s holiday weekend.
Georgia’s state average is 10 cents less than Thanksgiving of 2012.
The national average price of regular unleaded gasoline is $3.19, 7 cents less than last week.
Georgia’s average of $3.18 fell 5 cents from last week respectively.
More good news in Elbert County, as the low price county-wide is down two cents from last week’s mark of $3.12 to $3.10.