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2008 Record High Gas Prices Drop to 2007 Record High Prices

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"Southland gas prices plummeted by more than a penny a day over the past month," AAA of Southern California reported today, adding this observation: "Despite the sizable drop in recent months, however, prices are at about the same level in most areas as the 2007 record high prices." The current price of a regular gallon of gas in Los Angeles is $3.454.