According to officials, Michigan’s standard unleaded petrol now costs $3.63 per gallon, which is 10 cents less than it did in August and 22 cents less than it did at this time last year. This is a modest decrease from the previous week of Michigan gas prices.
According to the Detroit News, Michigan gas prices prices are down to $54 on average for a full 15-gallon tank, according to AAA- The Auto Club Group, which also credits Saudi Arabian news for the decline.
The announcement that Saudi Arabia intends to keep its voluntary production cut of 1 million barrels per day through the end of the year contributed to an uptick in oil prices last week, the group said in a statement on Monday about Michigan gas prices.
Gas Buddy’s Patrick De Hann tweeted on Sunday that the nation’s demand for Michigan gas prices decreased by 3.9% from the previous week.
According to the article from Macomb Daily, The average daily Michigan gas prices dropped from what drivers were paying over the Labor Day weekend. They are currently paying, on average, $3.71 per gallon, which is about 4 cents less than the average from the previous week and 23 cents less than at the same time last year.
State and metro gas averages from AAA reveal:
• Marquette, Traverse City, and Metro Detroit have the highest average gas prices ($3.77, $3.72, and $3.71, respectively).
• Average gas prices in Benton Harbor ($3.49), Flint ($3.52), and Grand Rapids ($3.56) are the least expensive.