Gasoline prices slid again on Wednesday throughout the Bay Area and California, offering further relief for drivers in the San Jose, Oakland and San Francisco regions, according to the Gas Buddy website.
The average price for gasoline Wednesday was $4.65 in the East Bay, down 1 cent from Tuesday; $4.65 in the South Bay, down 1 cent; and $4.73 in the San Francisco area, unchanged from Tuesday.
California gasoline prices averaged $4.65, down less than a 1 cent.
The cheapest price for gasoline in the Bay Area was $4.37 a gallon, recorded at two stations on McKee Road near U.S. 101. The most expensive gasoline was $5.39, at a Cupertino station on Stevens Creek Boulevard near Stern Avenue.