How much is gas in san diego california

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped Thursday, ending a six-day run of increases. It now stands at $4.581, down 23 cents from one week ago, 31.7 cents from last month and 58.9 cents below its record high of $6.435 set on Oct. 5.

Prices also sank across the country, including in California, where Gov. Gavin Newsom wrote to the state Air Resources Board to allow refineries to start producing winter blend gasoline, which is cheaper to produce. Stations normally can’t sell the lower-cost fuel until Nov. 1.

Patrick De Haan, an analyst with the tech company GasBuddy, said there’s a “laundry list” of reasons why prices are dropping so quickly. They include falling crude oil prices and a decision by the EPA to ease rules on emissions from diesel vehicles.

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