The tumbling price of crude oil has turned into a price break at the pump.
The Lundberg Survey released this weekend shows the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular has gone down by 35 cents over the past two weeks. It's now $3.31. Mid-grade was $3.45 as of Friday and premium was $3.57.
The cheapest gas is in Wichita, Kansas, at $2.79 for a gallon of regular. Honolulu is the most expensive at $3.91.
The Lundberg Survey averages prices from 5,000 gas stations around the country.
The price of crude last week dropped below $78 a barrel, reflecting investor pessimism.