Gasoline prices have dropped nearly seven cents a gallon at the pump in the past month and nearly 14 cents from the Oct. 19 peak caused by the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, a survey shows.

Traditionally lower winter demand helped lower prices, oil industry analyst Trilby Lundberg said Sunday.The average price for all grades of gasoline at full and self-service stations was $1.3343 per gallon on Friday, a drop of 6.85 cents since Dec. 21, according to the biweekly Lundberg Survey. Prices at some places along the Wasatch Front were as low as $1.10.9.