MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) - A lot of drivers in south Georgia said lower gas prices are a nice change after recent spikes.
AAA reported that gas prices in Georgia are letting up now that the Colonial Pipeline is working again.
During a 12 day shutdown following a leak, the average price in Georgia surged nearly 30 cents a gallon.
Now that supply is stabilizing, prices are doing down.
At the RaceWay on Veterans Parkway in Moultrie, gas was down to $2.09 Monday.
"All kinds of prices. But they were as much as $2.35. There were some $2.29, there were some $2.19, but I never saw any this cheap," said Moultrie resident Joyce Smith.
A AAA spokesman said gas prices should completely return to normal levels in the next couple of weeks.