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NEW: MA Gas Prices Down A Penny

Monday, June 03, 2013

 

Gasoline prices in Massachusetts are down one cent, according to AAA Southern New England.

AAA’s June 3rd survey of prices in Massachusetts found self-serve, regular unleaded averaging $3.50 per gallon, a penny less than last week. The current price locally is 12 cents less than the national average for self serve unleaded of $3.62. A year ago at this time, the Massachusetts average price was six cents more at $3.56.

The range in prices in the latest AAA survey for unleaded regular is 43 cents, from a low of $3.36 to a high of $3.79. Motorists and commuters are wise to shop around for the best prices in their area.

Today’s local gas prices and their ranges are as follows:

Self Serve Grade
$3.50 ($3.36-$3.79) Regular Unleaded
$3.70 ($3.51-$4.09) Midgrade Unleaded
$3.83 ($3.63-$4.19) Premium Unleaded
$3.89 ($3.79-$4.29) Diesel

Bonus!

Want a fuel-saving tip? Contrary to popular belief, driving your car on the highway with its air conditioner on may be more fuel efficient than driving with the air conditioner off and the windows open.

 

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