A gas station and car wash at the corner of Oak and Divisadero streets. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

A gas station and car wash at the corner of Oak and Divisadero streets. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

SF’s gas prices down for November

Buying gas in San Francisco is even cheaper than it was in October, and the cost is expected to drop even more later in the month.

That’s according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report, which was released Tuesday and shows today’s average price of California unleaded regular gas is $2.79, the same as it was a month ago.

In San Francisco, the average price is $2.88, a 4 percent drop from last month.

The Energy Information Administration weekly report found that West Coast gasoline supplies are hitting record lows, which is likely tied to the fall maintenance schedule.

Of the California cities surveyed by AAA, Marysville posted the lowest price at $2.36, and South Lake Tahoe has the highest average at $2.93.

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