When was the last time gas prices were under $1 Dollar?
According to InflationData.com prices for gasoline have not been this low since 1986!
Oil prices continue to dropped “after market concerns increased due to the growing impact of the coronavirus on global travel!
The highest national average price of gas was $4.11 on July 17, 2008, according to AAA.
The interesting thing is with this what you see happening at gas stations across the country is a sign of things to come when electric vehicles become mainstream.
Gas stations in Kentucky and Oklahoma became the first cities this week to see pump prices fall below $1 a gallon. Forecasters predict that many regions of the country, starting with the Great Lakes region, will also hit 99 cents a gallon or lower. The drop, due to the coronavirus, stay at home order. Means there is no demand!
You almost can’t even give gas away!