Prices at Florida gas stations are falling, sinking to their lowest level in nearly a month as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to reduce demand, AAA said.
Florida’s average for a gallon of regular gasoline dipped to $2.07 on Monday, down from $2.12 a week ago and $2.10 a month ago. A year ago, the state average for regular stood at $2.40.
Palm Beach County’s average is the state’s highest at $2.22, down from $2.24 a week ago, $2.23 a month ago, and $2.52 a year ago.
Despite that, on Monday more than a dozen Palm Beach County stations were already selling gas below $2 a gallon, based on motorist reports to GasBuddy.com.
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