Gasoline prices are dropping, thanks to an increase in the supply of crude oil.
The semi-monthly Lundberg Survey finds the combined national average price for all grades of gasoline is now $2.04. That's a decline of 2.6 cents in the past two weeks.
The price of regular self-serve gasoline dropped three cents, to $2.01.
Of the cities surveyed, San Diego led the nation in pump prices. There, the average price for a gallon of self-serve regular gas was $2.40.
The lowest price was in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where the same grade costs $1.74.
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