Lower demand for gas drops average to $3.19

Pump prices less than a year ago in 28 states

Posted: November 13, 2012 at 12:24 a.m.

Michael Heavner fills his car with gasoline that cost less than $3 a gallon at the Dodge’s Store on South University Avenue in Little Rock on Monday afternoon.

Gasoline prices in Arkansas have dropped about 42 cents since mid-October, and industry analysts expect prices to continue to fall into the winter months.

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