DEARBORN (WKZO) -- For the first time in several weeks, gasoline prices dropped significantly in Michigan. The latest Triple A Michigan survey finds a 14-cent drop statewide to an average of three-dollars-77-cents a gallon.
In metro Detroit, the price now stands at three-dollars-74-cents on average, and in West Michigan its dropped 10 to 15 cents lower than that at many local stations into the 3.60 to 3.68 range.
Gasoline is still over 29-cents more per gallon than one year ago. Triple A Michigan tabulates numbers from 28-hundred service stations statewide for their report.