The national average gas price has been in decline for over a month, according to AAA.
As of Sunday, the average price paid by Americans for an unleaded gallon was $3.35.
Of course, in Connecticut, gas is a bit more expensive, but the state has seen a similar decline in gas prices.
On Aug. 1, gas was well over $3.90 a gallon, but today, it’s down to $3.75.
What does it all mean? According to the Associated Press, there are a number of reasons for the decline, including decreased demand and the shift to cheaper gas for the winter.