Rhode Island gas prices down another 8 cents to $3.20 a gallon; lowest level since early 2011


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PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island — Gasoline prices in Rhode Island have fallen another 8 cents per gallon to their lowest level since February 2011.

The latest AAA Southern New England price survey released Monday found the average cost of a gallon of self-serve regular in the state is $3.20. That's 23 cents lower than a month ago.

The current price in Rhode Island is 10 cents more than the national average of $3.10 per gallon.

Rhode Islanders were paying 29 cents less than a year ago at this time.

The AAA survey found a 46-cent range in prices. The low was $3.04; the high was $3.50.

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