Gas Prices Show Very Small Decline Since Last Week

January 23, 2013

Gasoline prices have started to drop again, albeit a slow decline. The latest numbers from AAA show the average price for regular unleaded is down about three cents in Georgia from last week, from $3.33 to $3.30.

AAA predicted the decline to continue during the rest of the month, with a rise again headed toward spring.

Last year the national average peaked in April at $3.94. Forecasters don’t expect it to go over $3.80 this year.

According to Motortrend.com, the lowest price for retail gasoline in Elbert County is $3.23. In Wilkes County, $3.29 is the cheapest price; and in Lincoln County, $3.29 is the cheapest price for retail gasoline as well.

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