They’re still painful, but gas prices in the Triad have dropped slightly during the week. So reports today’s The Business Journal.
The average price of a gallon of regular in the Triad market dropped to $3.26 from $3.32 a week ago, the Journal said, basing its report on the AAA Daily Fuel Gauge Report. A month ago, the cost was $3.42 in the Triad metro area, and it was $2.76 a year ago.
The average price in North Carolina dropped four cents during the week to $3.31. It was $3.42 a month ago. The national average is $3.30 per gallon this week, compared to $3.45 a month ago.
The full story is here.