Superstorm Sandy Helps Cut the Cost at the Pump

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Good news at the pump. If you've been to the gas station lately might have noticed lower prices.

The national average for regular gas is down to $3.55 cents a gallon. That's down 21 cents since late October.

It was a combination of Superstorm Sandy cutting into demand and crude oil prices declining.

Drivers in Memphis, Tennessee have the cheapest gasoline in the country and San Francisco has the highest.

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