U.S. gas prices dip below $4, but not in R.I., Mass.

U.S. GAS PRICES have dipped under $4 a gallon for the first time in more than five months. AAA says the national average is $3.99 for a gallon of regular. That's down 15 cents in just the last week, and 68 cents in the last month. Gasoline peaked at around $5.02 a gallon on June 14. /DAVID ZALUBOWSKI / ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO
PROVIDENCE – Although U.S. gas prices dipped below the $4 mark, both Rhode Island and Massachusetts still remain well above the national average. AAA said Thursday the national average for a gallon of gas was $3.99, the first time in five months the price was below the $4 mark since March 5. Prices have dropped…

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