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Gas prices have fallen more than 15 cents over the past month.

Prices at the pump continue to roll back, reaching their lowest price in more than two months.

Gas prices in New York City fell to $4.09, five cents lower than a week ago, with many stations around Queens coming in under $4 per gallon.

This is the cheapest gas has been since the beginning of March, two weeks after gas surpassed the $4 mark. Over the past month, prices havedropped more than 15 cents.

One year ago, prices were more than 20 cents above the current rate.

Nationally, the average cost for a gallon of gas is $3.73, 17 cents lower than last month.

 

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