The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose three-tenths of a penny Monday to $4.407.
On Sunday, the price rose by four-tenths of a penny. The consecutive climbs follow Saturday’s drop of four-tenths of a penny.
The average price is one-10th of a penny higher than multi week prior, 1.9 pennies over one month prior and $1.185 more noteworthy than one year prior, as per figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.
In the interim, the average price in Orange County dropped two-tenths of a penny to $4.361.
It is six-tenths of a penny short of what multi week prior, yet two-tenths of a penny over one month prior and $1.161 higher than one year prior.
“Hurricane Ida littly affects local gas prices since none of Southern California’s stock starts in the Gulf Coast, said Jeffrey Spring, the Automobile Club of Southern California’s corporate communications manager.
“Likewise, local refineries have expanded creation and imports of gasoline products remains robust, giving the state sufficient inventory.”