Here are some of the highs and lows.
AAA says prices are at a four year low. More than 20 states will go below the $3.00 mark.
Along with slowing foreign economies and an OPEC glut, the US auto industry can claim some credit for dropping fuel prices.
$2.97 for a gallon of gas has South Jersey drivers doing a double take.
There at least four gas stations in Berlin and Atco charging $3.039 for a gallon of gas. That’s welcome relief for motorists.
The average fuel price in Philadelphia has reached $3.70 a gallon as the result of a 17-cent spike over the last week.
Power boaters may feel squeezed by stratospheric fuel prices, but it won’t keep them off the water.
While gasoline in South Jersey costs about a nickel below the national average, prices in southeastern Pennsylvania have crossed the four-dollar mark — with the all-time record in sight.
“We’re up four cents just this weekend, and up seven cents from just a week ago,” notes Midatlantic AAA spokeswoman Jana Tidwell.