The Giles County gas price average continues to decrease amid growing concerns about COVID-19 and has dropped 14 cents since this time last week.
The county’s price average is now $1.89 which is nearly 34 cents less than one month ago and 54 cents less than one year ago.
"Typically gas prices start to trend more expensive at the beginning of spring, especially as motorists get out to enjoy the warmer weather and travel for spring break. That is not the case this year," said Megan Cooper, spokesperson, AAA - The Auto Club Group.
Tennessee gas prices have declined for 26 consecutive days for a total discount of nearly 34 cents per gallon
With the national average at $2.12, pump prices are, on average, 50-cents less than this time last year.
Motorists do not need to rush to the pumps to fill-up. Currently, there is ample U.S. gasoline supply and no disruption to distribution at gas stations.