Drivers across South Dakota continue to see prices moving a bit lower at the pump. Today’s statewide average for self-serve regular gasoline is $3.52 per gallon, relatively unchanged over the past seven days.
Increases in retail demand are adding some upward pressure on wholesale prices, and the rise in demand is beginning to outpace the increases in supplies
Motorists in a few states are experiencing dramatic savings at the pump versus a year ago: Minnesota (-78 cents), North Dakota (-64 cents), Nebraska and Iowa (-55 cents), Oklahoma (-50 cents), and South Dakota (-42 cents). Last year, Midwestern refinery issues caused regional prices to spike.