BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts gas prices continue to plummet, falling another 8 cents per gallon in the past week to their lowest levels since mid-April.
AAA Northeast said in its latest price survey released Monday that self-serve, regular is now selling for an average of $2.40 per gallon.
The current price is 24 cents lower on average than a month ago and a $1.05 lower than a year ago.
The current in-state average is also 20 cents below the national average for self-serve, regular.
The cheapest price for communities in the Nashoba Valley, according to gasbuddy.com, are as follows:
* Ayer, $2.49 at Gulf, 30 Park St.
* Groton, $2.51 at Prime Energy, 619 Boston Road
* Pepperell, $2.49 at Ampet Gas, 9 South Road
* Shirley, $2.59 at Citgo, 10 Front St.
* Townsend, $2.59 at Mobil, 238 Main St., and CITGO, 197 Main St.
AAA found self-serve, regular selling for as low as $2.23 per gallon and as high as $2.89 in Massachusetts.