WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) - Gas prices are on the downward trend in the big picture.
A recent survey showed Indiana's gas prices have averaged about $2.86 per gallon.
That's a 2.7 cent rise in the past week...but still lower than they were one year ago.
The national average stands at $2.81.
Experts sat the nation' cheapest gas prices could fall below $2.00 per gallon.
That's because oil prices have plummeted over the last week.
- Gas prices starting to trend down in Indiana
- The better economy means higher gas prices
- Gas prices to go up in 2018
- Inflation, gas prices, tariffs squeeze consumers
- Gas prices at lowest level this year
- Memorial Day gas prices remain stubbornly high
- Black Friday trends changing
- Ottercreek Fire Department starting #LoveWabashValley positive trend on social media
- Indiana gas prices are on the rise and could continue to increase
- Gas prices fall in Terre Haute, and across the state