The common value of a gallon of self-serve common gasoline in San Diego County was at its second-highest quantity to begin the yr Sunday, regardless of a latest run of 73 declines in 77 days totaling $2,011.
The common value rose 1.4 cents on Saturday to $4.53, based on figures from the AAA and Oil Worth Data Service. It rose 9 occasions in 10 days, growing 10.6 cents, together with 2.3 cents Saturday.
The common value is 8.4 cents greater than every week in the past however 41 cents lower than a month in the past and 9.9 cents decrease than a yr in the past when it was $4.629, its highest quantity to begin a yr.
The common value rose to its first file of 2022, $4,726, on February 16, breaking the earlier file of $4,725 set on October 8, 2012. A run of 32 will increase in 33 days totaling $1,213 pushed the typical value to its excessive for the yr on October 5, file $6,435. It then fell 73 occasions within the subsequent 77 days.
The nationwide common value rose for the eighth time in 9 days after a 44-day streak of declines totaling 70.9 cents, growing 1.3 cents to $3.208. It has risen 11.2 cents over the previous 9 days, together with 1.6 cents Saturday.
The nationwide common value is 10.6 cents greater than every week in the past however 26.2 cents lower than a month in the past and seven.8 cents lower than a yr in the past. It’s $1,808 decrease than the file $5,016 set on June 14.
Metropolis Information Service contributed to this text.