GRAND TERRACE, Calif. (KABC) --Many motorists had to do a double-take after reading gas prices of $2.25 per gallon in Southern California on Wednesday.
Prices of $2.25 per gallon at Five-Point Auto Service in Grand Terrace was quite remarkable, seeing that one year ago the average price in the Inland Empire around the same time was $3.76 per gallon.
The Automobile Club of Southern California said a glut in production is to thank for the low prices.
"Refiners really built up their stocks, and even though we've had increased demand, we have a lot of gas right now," Jeffrey Springs with Automobile Club of Southern California explained.
In the video player above, ABC7's Rob McMillan discovers how long the low-gas prices will stick around.