Gas price analysts suggest waiting a day to fill up at the pumps in Vanouver as prices are expected to drop Wednesday.
According to Dan McTeague, President, Canadians for Affordable Energy, formerly of GasBuddy.com, gas prices are expected to drop a whopping eight to 10 cents in a single day on Wednesday, Mar. 10.
No it’s dropping there overnight 8-10 cents a litre https://t.co/6nCE9CCO7t— Dan McTeague (@GasPriceWizard) March 10, 2020
Gas prices are also falling across the rest of Canada, with many stations expected to sell below $1 a litre on Wednesday.
For #Montreal, pretty much the same as Toronto: a 9 - 10 cent/litre drop @ the ⛽️⛽️ This will lead to many stations attempting to sell gasoline below $1 a litre for Wednesday 👍 https://t.co/KuST7txh75— Dan McTeague (@GasPriceWizard) March 10, 2020
In Case You Missed it ... historic DROP @ the ⛽️⛽️ https://t.co/C6NFLdDcff— Dan McTeague (@GasPriceWizard) March 10, 2020
Not only do British Columbians than other provinces pay more at the pumps, but they also pay a considerable amount more for regular fuel. For example, GasBuddy.com uses an interactive heat map to display the differences in retail fuel prices across Canada. By simply clicking on each province, the map shows the average fuel costs for each one.