The effects of Sandy can be felt all the way to the Lone Star State. And it’s reportedly helping the wallets of commuters.
Analysts say gas prices are sharply lower in Texas, due to a decrease in demand since the east coast was immobile by Superstorm Sandy.
Triple-A Texas says the average cost for a gallon of regular unleaded is $3.30. And in some parts of the Rio Grande Valley can be even cheaper.
Officials went on to add that gas prices will continue to drop, as long as production picks up as expected.