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Gas Prices Have Dropped As Low as $0.99 a Gallon Right Now

Gas is the number one thing that is the most annoying about having a car. No matter how many times I fill up my tank, whenever I look down at the gas gauge, it’s time to fill up!

I mean how is that possible? But I guess it makes sense considering all of the driving I do, but I must say, it is very costly!

Before the Coronavirus, gas prices were as per usual, about $3 to $4 a gallon depending on where you live. However, as of today that’s not the case anymore.

Due to the Coronavirus, gas has dropped as low as $0.99 a gallon in London, Kentucky. Can you imagine having only to pay 99 cents a gallon when you go to fill up your tank?

According to GasBuddy, Shell is the first gas station in the United States to lower their prices as less than a dollar.

According to DeHaan, “We’re in uncharted waters due to demand plummeting in light of the coronavirus situation, and yesterday oil prices fell to their lowest level since 2002 in a sign of the deep distress our economy is facing.”

Although not everyone will see gas as low as this, it’s pretty outstanding to see gas prices fall that low anywhere.

There are currently 16 states that have significantly low gas prices. Listed by Patrick De Haan, the states listed below have prices that are $1.50 or lower.









New York







Although it may seem pretty sweet that gas has been lowered and in general, is costing less to fill up our tanks. In the long run, this news isn’t so great, because the Coronavirus is having a huge effect on our economy.