Yeah, a whole one-tenth of one cent - don't spend it all in one place. Still, the slight drop finally ends many days of increases and could signal a legitimate pullback (though prices rarely go down as quickly as they go up). An average gallon of regular in the L.A. area is $4.324, according to the Auto Club, up more than 50 cents from a month ago.
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