Charleston, South Carolina – Gas prices in South Carolina are going down for second week in a row. This is positive trend for the drivers.
After two months of rising trend, people are happy to see lowering the prices.
According to the statistics, over the past week gas prices in the state were lower for 1.4¢ per gallon on average, selling at $2.60.
The national average dropped for 0.4¢, ending up at $2.86 per gallon.
Current prices are for 11.4¢ per gallon higher compared to March. However, these prices are still much more expensive compared to last year. South Carolina drivers now pay 87¢ per gallon more compared to last year this period.