Fuel Prices See Steepest Drop in Two Years
October 8, 2003
Filed under Trailer News
Fuel prices have recently seen their steepest drop in two years. Nationally, gasoline
prices have dipped more than 10 cents a gallon since mid-September.
The average cost of
self-serve regular nationwide, including all grades and taxes, was approximately $1.65,
according to a recent Lundberg survey. That price is down more than 10 cents in two weeks.
Lundberg Survey Inc. is an independent market-research company specializing in the U.S.
petroleum marketing and related industries.