Metro Vancouver to see ‘biggest single day drop’ in gas prices in over 10 years

Metro Vancouver gas prices are expected to fall tomorrow before the long-weekend so gas price analysts have suggested waiting a day to fill up.

According to Dan McTeague, petroleum analyst, formerly of GasBuddy.com, gas prices are expected to drop a whopping ten cents in a single day on Thursday. What’s more, he tweeted that this would represent the biggest single day drop in over a decade for southwest British Columbia.

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Back in May, Vancouver gas prices smashed one record-high after another. However, Lower Mainland fuel prices fell in June, with pumps falling 40 cents from the May record-high.

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