Prices at the pumps in Delaware are down four-cents from a week ago, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
A gallon of gas now goes for an average of $3.29. Delaware’s average is below the national average of $3.40, but still five-cents above neighboring New Jersey. Prices are down about 60-cents a gallon since reaching their peak in mid-May. The declining price of crude oil is the main reason for the four-week trend of declining gas prices, according to AAA. Crude prices react to a variety of national and worldwide economic factors. CLICK HERE to shop for gas prices in your town or neighborhood using AAA Mid-Atlantic’s Fuel Finder.