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Gas Price Tracker for Carroll County and Howard County: March 15th

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It is day 7 of this Gas Price Tracker for Carroll County and Howard County. I continue to mix it up each day with which county I will lead off with…and today I will start with Carroll County:

Average price (regular gas) in Carroll County:

  • March 15th: $4.189
  • March 14th: $4.207
  • March 13th: $4.209
  • March 12th: $4.220
  • March 11th: $4.266
  • March 10th: $4.267
  • March 9th: $4.188
  • March 8th: $4.164

Average price (regular gas) in Howard County: 

  • March 15th: $4.276
  • March 14th: $4.299
  • March 13th: $4.302
  • March 12th: $4.315
  • March 11th: $4.342
  • March 10th: $4.350
  • March 9th:  $4.271
  • March 8th: $4.240

Here is a look at the statewide averages:

  • March 15th: $4.253
  • March 14th: $4.270
  • March 13th: $4.273
  • March 12th: $4.283
  • March 11st: $4.306
  • March 10th: $4.302
  • March 9th: $4.233
  • March 8th: $4.192

On March 15th:

  • Wicomico County has the lowest average gas prices in the state at $4.166
  • Montgomery County has the highest average gas prices in the state at $4.374

Here is a look at the National Average vs Maryland by day:

  • March 15th:
    • National: $4.316
    • Maryland: $4.253
  • March 14th:
    • National: $4.335
    • Maryland: $4.270
  • March 13th:
    • National: $4.325
    • Maryland: $4.273
  • March 12th:
    • National: $4.326
    • Maryland: $4.283
  • March 11th:
    • National: $4.331
    • Maryland $4.306
  • March 10th:
    • National: $4.318
    • Maryland: $4.302
  • March 9th:
    • National: $4.252
    • Maryland: $4.233
  • March 8th:
    • National: 4.173
    • Maryland: 4.192

You can view these numbers here on the AAA website:  https://gasprices.aaa.com/?state=MD


News

Nothing new to report in this section today. Still waiting on the passing of the gas tax holiday.

Prices have been falling slightly…but no where near enough given the falling prices in oil. This gas tax holiday may give some temporary relief at the pumps…maybe. The question will be after 30 days then what…skyrocketing gas prices again? Time will tell.

Scott E

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