An analyst is predicting Michigan motorists might see less than $2 a gallon gasoline prices in a few months.
Patrick DeHaan is with GasBuddy.com. He says a glut of oil is pushing gasoline prices lower.
“It’s tough to nail down the exact timing of sub-two dollar a gallon prices,” admits DeHaan. “But I wouldn’t be surprised if the first stations in Michigan started going under two dollars by some point in October.”
DeHaan expects the usual Labor Day weekend price spike will be a small one.