When it comes to pain at the pump, Michiganders are feeling a bit of relief after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend,
Some of the lowest costs of the year are here, and just in time as more Michigan residents are expected to travel for the holidays this year.
Michigan gas price averages are continuing to drop, according to data from AAA. Prices this week are down 7 cents from this time last week.
Michigan drivers are paying an average of $3.59 for a gallon of regular unleaded gas, down from 13 cents last week and 6 cents this time a month ago.
Michigan gas price averages are back up after falling last week, according to data from AAA.
Gas prices are trending downward in Michigan after the average spiked 9 cents last week. However, this tend could be reversed by higher gas demand and elevated oil prices, AAA says.
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Gas prices are falling in Michigan, according to AAA. The average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline is down 7 cents from last week.
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Gas prices in Michigan have fallen after reaching a record high of $3.92 per gallon last Monday.
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Michigan gas prices jumped an average of 18 cents from last week, making prices the highest they have been in three months, AAA said.
Gas prices in Michigan have fallen by 7 cents from last week, with drivers now paying an average of $3.49 per gallon for regular unleaded.
Gas prices in Michigan rose 9 cents from last week, with drivers now paying an average of $3.56 per gallon for regular unleaded, according to AAA-The Auto Club Group.
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Gas prices in Michigan have decreased by 7 cents from a week ago, with Michigan drivers now paying an average of $3.47 per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline.
Gas isn't the cheapest it's been in awhile and if you're traveling for the holidays, it could help to combine trips or pay with cash to ease some of the burden.
Despite gas prices rising,. they're still well below what drivers were paying last year when it cost nearly $70 to fill up a tank.