It's been just over five months since gas prices nudged up against $4 gallon for regular unleaded — and after a summer of up-and-down bounces, the average price is on a decline, according to Marketwatch.com.
According to AAA.com, the average price of a gallon of 87-octane was $3.87 as of Sept. 28, down a penny from Thursday and five cents lower than the average a week ago.
Locally, just one store — Ammouris Gas and Food Mart, 1064 Hope St., Bristol — is offering regular unleaded for less than $3,90 today, according to the Bristol-Warren Patch Commute page.
Bristol-Warren Patch wants to know: Are lower gas prices making any difference to your pocketbook?
How much do you spend on gas every week?
Have you changed vehicles over the past few months because of gas prices?
What kinds of changes have you made to reduce your gasoline costs?
Let us know by voicing your opinion in the comments section below.