As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, the cheapest gas in Imperial Beach or west of Interstate 5 could be found at A Gas at the corner of Ingrid Avenue and Hollister Street for $3.95.
Nearby at the corner of Hollister Street and Coronado Avenue, prices have also fallen below $4 a gallon.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County fell Tuesday for the 15th consecutive day, dropping 3 cents to $4.407, one day after decreasing nine-tenths of a cent.
The average price has dropped 31.8 cents over the past 15 days after rising 54.7 cents over the previous six days to a record high of $4.725, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.
The average price has dropped 21.5 cents in less than a week, but it has increased 27.9 cents in the last month and 53.8 cents in the last year.
"The supply crisis that originally caused the panic in early October is over in California and also for all of the U.S.," Marie Montgomery Nordhues of the Automobile Club of Southern California told City News Service.
"There was a sense that prices were too high relative to demand, so there have been massive drops in prices," he said.
- $3.99 at Hollister Gas at the corner of Coronado Avenue and Hollister Street
- $3.99/4.09 at San Diego Gas and Food at the corner of Coronado Avenue and Hollister Street
- $4.25 at the Arco station on Palm Avenue between Florida and 12th streets
- $4.25/4.45 at Beach Side Station at the corner of 7th Street and Palm Avenue
- $4.27 at USA Gas at the corner of Saturn Boulevard and Palm Avenue
- $4.33 at 7-Eleven at the corner of Palm Avenue and 13th Street
- $4.33/4.43 at 76 station at the corner of 9th Street and Palm Avenue
- $4.39 at 7-Eleven/Shell at the corner of Saturn Boulevard and Palm Avenue
- $4.39 at 7-Eleven at the corner of 13th Street and Imperial Beach Boulevard
- $4.39/4.59 at Valero station at the corner of 13th Street and Imperial Beach Boulevard