Gas prices to drop by a dime and what you can do about it today
Phoenix 9/07/2005 10:09 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)
Arizona gas prices expected to dip
Gallon may cost dime less in month
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The Arizona Republic
Sept. 6, 2005 12:00 AM
Arizona drivers can expect gas prices to level off this week and possibly settle around $3 a gallon by the end of the month.
"Prices shoot up like a rocket and fall like a feather," said David Cowley, a spokesman for AAA Arizona. "But we will start to find our equilibrium this week."
Fuel costs are expected to stabilize after a nearly 30-cent jump since Friday to $3.11 a gallon for unleaded - prices that likely contributed to lighter-than-usual holiday travel this weekend in Arizona and across the country.
Frank Valenzuela, an Arizona Department of Public Safety spokesman, said police officers did not see the usual bulk of cars making a trek up north on the Friday night before Labor Day or pouring back into town Monday.
"It's been a pretty slow day," he said.
Kelly Small, 25, of Peoria scrapped her plans to drive to Orange County.
"What can you do about it?" she said. "We just decided to stay home instead of going to see our family. Even going to the store just to get a cold soda, it's just not worth it."
She pumped about $50 of gas into her Ford Explorer on Monday and didn't even get a full tank.