BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gas prices have hit a new milestone that is sure to save you money.

Prices at the pump are at their lowest levels since 2004, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.

The national average for a gallon of regular gas is $2.11.

According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, gas demand is down, and you can expect prices to keep dropping.

Here in Maryland, consumers are paying a little more than the national average, at about $2.22 for a gallon of regular.

That’s down three cents from last month, and down 28 cents compared to this time last year.

CBS Baltimore Staff

Comments (9)
  1. James Wagner says:

    Too bad we can’t go anywhere due to the “hoax” pandemic.

  2. R Thatcher says:

    Lucky drivers on the East Coast. We’re paying $3.19 per gallon and more here in Southern California.

  3. Michael Bol says:

    We will remember this. Lets see how these prices compare to the Biden Administration. Gas prices were way lower than in the Obama Admin, even 50% lower.

  4. Larry says:

    We can thank Trump & the virus for low prices. Trumps energy plan made us first again in production. Biden’s & the tree huggers plans will reverse everything

  5. Jaks says:

    Well kiss that goodbye under Biden.

    Remember Obama said he wanted to get gas up to European prices which at that time was about $6/ gallon.

  6. D W says:

    Gas and other energy costs will double within one year after Biden is inagurated.

  7. Jim says:

    I’ve never seen a time when people are so giddy over the prospect that their gas prices are about to rise, taxes are about to go up, US manufacturing jobs are about to fall, and the historic peace agreements in the Middle East will most likely dissolve. Kind of boggles the mind that anyone in their right mind is rooting for this new administration.

  8. Chuck says:

    Enjoy low prices while you can! That’s all going away under Biden! Expect record high fuel prices across the.board. We will no longer be energy independent!

  9. george227 says:

    I do not pay for transportation since our electric cars are powered by the PV system on our roof, which paid back in three years, now giving us free house and horsepower.

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