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Current prices are 81 cents less expensive than a year ago and will likely push lower as Americans remain isolated for the foreseeable future as a result of COVID-19.

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Gasoline Prices Hit Four-Year Low

The national average gasoline price dropped below $2 for the first time in four years, attributed to COVID-19 and the crude oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia.

Why the Industry Is Transitioning to Synthetic Motor Oils

There are three key reasons why the transition to synthetic oils is occurring. They are the proliferation of smaller displacement turbocharged engines, escalating CAFE fuel economy requirements, and government regulations to lower tailpipe emissions.

Gasoline Prices Continue to Fluctuate

The national average for regular unleaded has increased 1 cent to $2.61, and most states saw their prices increase for the week ending Nov. 11, according to AAA.

Labor Day Fuel: Cheapest Price in 3 Years?

The national average gasoline price slid 2 cents to $2.59 for the week ending Aug. 26 and is expected to be the cheapest Labor Day average in three years, according to AAA.

How Fleets Are Reducing Fuel Spend

Fleets continue to use tried and true methods to curb fuel spend, but as technologies evolve and new trends arise, staying on top of new developments in the industry becomes essential as well.

Gasoline Spikes to $2.54 Per Gallon

The national average price of regular unleaded jumped 7 cents to $2.54 for the week, as a result of a recent trend that has been demand climb higher and supply fall, according to AAA.