Gas prices in Michigan and Metro Detroit saw another drop last week, according to AAA Michigan.
The organization reports that gas prices in the state have fallen 8 cents to an average of $3.31 per gallon. This is 2 cents more this time than last month but 5 cents less than last year.
In Metro Detroit, AAA reports that the price has dropped 8 cents to an average of $3.37 per gallon, down 2 cents from last year.
Data from the Energy Information Administration showed a slight drop in demand for gas, which may explain why prices are falling.
“Gas prices continue to drop in Michigan,” said Adrienne Woodland, a spokeswoman for AAA-The Auto Club Group. “If gas demand remains subdued amid rising aggregate domestic stocks, pump prices will decline further.”
- Most expensive gas price average: Jackson ($3.38), Metro Detroit (3.37), Ann Arbor ($3.37)
- Least expensive gas price average: Grand Rapids ($3.15), Benton Harbor ($3.18), Lansing ($3.25)