One thousand days. That is how long it has been since drivers paid less than $3 for a gallon of gas.
AAA has been keeping track, and they predict it will be at least another three years until that national average drops.
That's of course if it goes down.
Today marks the 1,000th consecutive day, the national average price of gasoline will surpass the $3 mark.
The trend started back on Dec. 23, 2010.
AAA predicts we likely won't ever go back to the days of paying less than that price.
The national average for regular gasoline right now is $3.51. That is down 35 cents from last year's average.
Oklahoma's average is $3.45.
According to gas buddy on kjrh.com, the lowest gas price in Oklahoma is in Durant, at $3.18.
And here in Tulsa, drivers can find gas as low as $3.19.
Talks about Syria pushed gas prices up last week, but have since gone back down.
In fact, overnight oil prices dropped below $106 a barrel.
A glimmer of good news, while it's gotten close, the national average for fuel has never crossed the $4-mark.
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