Gas prices are falling in Florida; here’s what you can expect to pay Monday

ORLANDO, Fla. — If you’re planning to fill up your tank for the start of the work week, you’ll find better news at the gas pump.


AAA said gas prices in Florida are falling fast.

Prices are down even as oil prices remain high.

That’s because the summer driving season is behind us, the auto club said.

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AAA also pointed to strong gasoline production.

And the price improvements should continue.

“Gasoline futures logged a second consecutive 18-cent drop, which should signal another round of falling prices at the pump this week,” AAA’s Mark Jenkins said.

The average cost for a gallon of gas in the Sunshine State was down to $3.48 on Monday.

That’s 11 cents less than what Floridians paid just a week ago and about a 20-cent decline in two weeks’ time.

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In Central Florida, most drivers will find prices lower than the state’s average.

Here’s a county-by-county look at the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded, according to AAA:

  • Lake: $3.31
  • Brevard: $3.31
  • Polk: $3.39
  • Osceola: $3.40
  • Orange: $3.40
  • Seminole: $3.41
  • Marion: $3.46
  • Volusia: $3.48
  • Sumter: $3.48
  • Flagler: $3.61

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