Miami, Florida – The price of gasoline in the state of Florida continued its downward trend this week, falling to its lowest level since the month of February just one week after prices in the Sunshine State touched an all-time low.
AAA states that the current average price of a gallon of gas is $3.40, which is a decrease of three cents from the previous week and a decrease of 16 cents from the previous month. When compared to what it was a year ago, the price has increased by 31 cents.
The average price of a gallon of gas in Miami is currently $3.48, which is a decrease of three cents from the previous week and an increase of 18 cents from the previous month. The current average price in Fort Lauderdale is $3.44, which is a decrease of five cents from the previous week and a decrease of 19 cents from the previous month.
By using applications like GasBuddy to locate the stations in your area that offer the best deals on gasoline, you can cut costs and save money. In addition, it enables you to sort by a variety of criteria, such as the brand of gas station, the form of payment accepted, and more. The next step is as follows.
- Download the GasBuddy app, either on Apple’s App Store or on Google Play.
- Open GasBuddy and tap “Sign Up.”
- Enter your email and zip code
- You’ll need to share your location, a feature that can be turned off in your phone settings later on.
- Tap the “find gas” tab at the bottom of your screen.
- You’ll be able to pick which fuel type you prefer. GasBuddy lets you filter for regular, midgrade, premium, diesel, UNL88 and E85.
- The app shows a list of stations and their prices from low to high. It also tells you the range of prices. For example, in one Los Angeles area, prices range from $4.99 to $5.99.
- You can filter by payment method, ratings, brands and amenities, like restrooms or stations that are open 24/7.
- Once you settle on a station, you can click on the one you want. That will show you its full address, directions, ratings, reviews and amenities.
- The app will also ask you to report gas prices at the station, so you can help others get accurate information.