Gas is relatively cheap these days. Enjoy those low prices, but don't get used to them, analysts say.
An oversupply of oil on the world market has triggered a steady slide in gas prices, bringing Americans some of the cheapest gas in years as 2019 kicked off.
Nationally, regular was averaging around $2.25 per gallon at the start of January — the lowest price for this time of year since 2016, according to AAA.
It's welcome news for drivers. Just last summer, gas prices were at four-year highs.