Southern California drivers have an added reason to be thankful next week.
When they hit the road for the Thanksgiving Day holiday weekend — one of the busiest driving periods of the year — they’ll find gasoline prices have dropped 15 cents a gallon or more, on average, from a month ago.
And pump prices are likely to fall further in response to a recent drop in crude oil prices, analysts said.
“California should see declines of around 20 cents a gallon over the next several weeks,” said Andrew Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates, an energy consulting firm in Houston.
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