NEW: MA Gas Prices Down 4 Cents
Monday, March 04, 2013
As of Monday, March 4, the avergae price for a gallon of regular unleaded self-serve in the Commonwealth was $3.729, four cents less than the prior week, but still up 13 cents over the past month.
The current price in Massachusetts is now two cents below the national average of $3.74 per gallon for regular unleaded self-serve.
According to AAA, drivers face a 20-cent range in prices across the state, from $3.59 per gallon on the low end up to $3.89 on the high, making it worthwhile to shop around before filling up.
Midgrade gasoline came in at an average of $3.89 per gallon, and diesel will run you an average of $4.13 per gallon in the Bay State.
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