Gasoline prices have continued their free fall and are now at levels not seen since Jan. 21, 2005 good news for travelers heading home after Thanksgiving getaways.
Pump prices fell a penny overnight to a national average of $1.835 for regular unleaded, according to auto club AAA, the Oil Price Information Service and Wright Express.
The average national price has fallen 75 cents in the past month alone and is down 41 percent from the $3.09 retailers were getting on average a year ago.
In Utah, the average price for a gallon of regular is $1.79. Premium is at $1.96 a gallon and diesel costs $2.65, according to AAA.
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