The global pandemic has sent gas prices to the lower they've been in sixteen years. It makes sense. I drove a total of 21 miles in the entire month of April. No kidding! We do expect prices to go up with vacations and summer travel but still, it's not the $4.08 we paid back in 2008.
Gas prices continue to plummet across the country and they recently dropped below $3 per gallon for the first time in Maine in almost four years. If you're like me you keep wondering where it will end. Could we actually go below $2 per gallon? Experts say it could happen in some places.
When we last looked at soaring gas prices around Memorial Day Weekend, they were a whopping $3.64 per gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. Now the average price of gas in Maine is $3.74, according to WMTW.
The Portland television news station reported Monday that gas prices in Maine have increased by 3...