Motorists in Lubbock See Fifth Consecutive Week of Falling Gas Prices
According to the weekly KFYO News Gas Price Survey, the average price for retail gasoline in the Hub City is down four cents to $3.28 per gallon. That marks a fifth consecutive drop in prices in Lubbock from the 2013 high of $3.50 from mid-July.
Motorists in Lubbock were paying more at the pump last year at $3.46 per gallon and even less in August of 2010 at $2.57.
Statewide prices also fell four cents on average to $3.41 a gallon according to AAA Texas.The most expensive gas in the Texas cities surveyed is found in Galveston at $3.44 per gallon and the least expensive average found in Amarillo at $3.34. Lubbock is not part of the AAA Texas survey.
Nationally, prices also fell a nickel from $3.59 per gallon to $3.54.