Gas Prices Fall for 7th Straight Day in Glendora

Where can you find the lowest priced gas in Glendora? Patch has the answer.

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County fell today for the seventh consecutive day on Wednesday, dropping 1 cent to $4.346, one day after decreasing seven-tenths of a cent, according to City News Service.

In Glendora, the lowest price was $4.20 per gallon at gas station. Check Glendora Patch's Commute tab for live information on gas prices and traffic locally.

Overall, the average price in Los Angeles County is 6.1 cents less than one week ago, but 13.9 cents more than one month ago and 21.2 cents higher than one year ago

The falling pump prices follow a nearly 30 cents per gallon decrease in the wholesale price of California-blend gasoline on the New York Mercantile Exchange early last week, CNS reported.

Analysts said the completion of maintenance at refineries in Southern California and Northern California helped end record-low inventories, ushering in lower wholesale prices.

gsuburban May 23, 2012 at 11:48 PM
Parker Arizona sells regular for $3.72 per gallon. Of course that's for the same "self serve" stuff. I'm confused, where is the full serve around here? Propane is sold for $2.55 per gallon in Parker while we Californians need to pay $3.79 or so for the same stuff. By the way, Arizona sell real gasoline for the money, the real deal not the corn based alcohol additive that reduces your horsepower and gas mileage at the same price of true gas. Not to mention, the Ethanol stuff we are being forced to buy is stale in only 3 months so, empty your chain saw, generator, ATV, motorcycle and other gas powered equipment carburetors that do not get used often. Why? Ethanol attracts moisture (water) and it will grow algae if left sitting just like diesel fuel does. All for the farmers who got lucky to supply the corn and those who are lucky to know those in politics to get contracts to supply the sheep with lousy products that do nothing in exchange for the "green impact" ratio. It's all about who's getting rich in the name of "green". Like in the 70's, all the "go green" products being marketed made only the sellers and installers profits while the government lost billions and society ended up with items that worked for about a year then became monster maintenance items that wore out within 3 years. Remember solar water heating days? They didn't last because they don't save anyone money in the long haul.
Sign -Mart May 24, 2012 at 06:22 PM
its in decreasing state? www.sign-mart.com/


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