I used to dread going to the gas station to fill up my truck because at times I couldn't freaking afford it. At one point I was dropping over $60 just to fill that sucker up. Now, because gas is so cheap, I kinda feel like I'm taking advantage of the fuel companies instead of it feeling the other way around.

According to WXYZ, drivers are now paying an average of $1.42 per gallon for regular unleaded, the lowest price seen since December 2002.

The main reason I"m personally saving at the pump is that I'm only driving to and from work every day with an occasional stop at the grocery store. There's nowhere else I can go so I'm obviously saving big.

A spokesperson for AAA says, "An increase in demand may contribute to the slowing of pump price decreases in areas that see an uptick in gas sales, but prices will still be well below where they were a year ago."

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