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Gas Prices Still Going Down

By Alabama Public Radio

Undated – Gas prices have been dropping in Alabama, and now they're back to levels seen before Hurricane Katrina. Triple-A Alabama reports the price for regular gasoline has gone down nearly 15 cents in the past week, and prices have dropped about 55 cents since last month. Triple-A's daily fuel gauge report shows regular averages nearly two-40 a gallon; midgrades are two-56; and premium is two dollars, 64 cents a gallon. On August 29th, the day before Katrina made landfall, the average price for all three grades was two dollars, 65 cents. Tuscaloosa has the highest price for regular at two-44. The cheapest average price is in Huntsville at two-36 a gallon.

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