The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose Friday to $3.922 — its most elevated sum since Nov. 22, 2019.
As indicated by AAA, the average price has expanded 57.4 cents in the previous 59 days, remembering six-tenths of a cent for Thursday. Gas prices are 6 cents more than they were multi week prior, and 56.5 cents more noteworthy than one year prior.
In Orange County, the average price rose to $3.905 — its most noteworthy sum since Nov. 20, 2019. It has expanded 68.1 cents in the previous 73 days.
Orange County’s average price is 4.9 cents over multi week prior and 60.8 cents more prominent than one year prior.
“Oil Price Information Service announced Wednesday that discount prices are presently dropping on news that some gasoline parts that were hard to come by have now shown up from abroad,” said Jeffrey Spring, the Automobile Club of Southern California’s corporate communications manager.
“Likewise, OPIS detailed that Arizona supply issues are settling as Texas refineries get back to full production, so California refineries are sending less gasoline to Arizona.”