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A vintage gas sign in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Retail gas fell below $2 in North Dakota this week in one of 5 stations. Photo: Amy Meredith via Flickr.

North Dakota gasoline prices continue to fall toward $2 mark

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Gasoline prices continue to fall in North Dakota, with many stations now around the $2 per gallon mark.

AAA puts the statewide average at $2.19 and Gasbuddy.com at $2.17. Both estimates are more than 50 cents a gallon cheaper than last year at the same time.

AAA says about one-fifth of North Dakota gas stations are now selling for less than $2 a gallon, and the statewide average is likely to approach that mark over the next several weeks.

Gasbuddy.com says motorists around the country are enjoying the cheapest summer gas prices in more than a decade.


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