TYLER, TX (KLTV) - An AAA Texas report showed Tyler has some of the lowest gas prices in the state this week.
According to this week’s report, the current average price for a gallon of unleaded gas is a $1.83 in Tyler, unchanged from last week. That’s the second lowest in the state to Amarillo with an average of $1.81 a gallon.
In Longview, prices are down to an average of $1.88 a gallon. A slight decrease from last week’s average of $1.89.
The current state average is stable at a $1.92.
Today’s national average for unleaded regular gasoline is $2.24, which is one cent less than a week ago, 18 cents less than a month ago and 27 cents less than a year ago.
According to AAA Texas, low demand for gasoline this winter has helped total domestic gas stocks grow, causing pump prices to drop. A news release states, “If stocks continue to grow amid low demand and low oil prices, motorists will likely see pump prices continue their descent as the country settles into winter.”
East Texas county averages for a gallon of unleaded gasoline:
Van Zandt: $1.85