Gas prices have been falling for several months now.
Houston is the first major U.S. city to see gas prices drop for several weeks in a row, and now Dallas has its own price drop.
Gas prices in Dallas have been dropping for severalmonths now.
Houston is the second largest city in the U. S., with a population of more than 1.6 million.
The price drop at Gas stations is happening in cities like Dallas, Austin, Denver, Seattle, and San Francisco, which all saw prices drop at the same time last week.
Prices at Dallas Gas Stations fell to $2.50 per gallon on Friday.
At the time of writing, Dallas Gas Prices are down to $1.99 per gallon.
The Dallas area also saw a price drop on Monday, and prices at a local gas station dropped to $3.00 per gallon for a $2 increase in gas price.
Gas stations are not the only places that are seeing price drops, though.
Prices are dropping at other grocery stores as well.
A recent study found that grocery stores across the U, including Whole Foods, Safeway, Target, and Kroger, saw a decrease in prices by up to 20%.
The drop in gas prices in the Dallas area is just the latest in a string of price drops across the country.
The United States has seen price drops in recent months, including a 26% drop in February and a 33% drop last week in the New York area.