Customers in at least a dozen states are seeing gas prices for under a $1 as the demand has dropped during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Prices are at their lowest level in over a decade, with the average price across the country sitting at $1.82 a gallon. The average is a dollar less than this time last year.
According to gasbuddy.com, the following states are seeing gas for under $1: Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin.
In fact, a check of prices in Wisconsin shows some customers are paying 89 cents.
What about here in Texas?
A quick check on GasBuddy shows gas prices for $1.03 in some places across the state. Around Houston, it's about 20 cents higher.
In March, a gas station in Kentucky lowered its gas to 99 cents per gallon.
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Here is where gas prices have fallen to under $1
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