Gasoline is the lifeblood of today's automobiles. Despite the recent uptick in cheap-to-power electric cars, America still runs on petroleum, and amid a growing global lockdown where people are driving significantly less (or even not at all), gasoline has been driven to an all-time low pricing courtesy of the coronavirus. Such is the case with one gas station in Cleveland, Ohio, where gasoline has reached $0.69 cents per gallon of regular unleaded.

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Ohio Gas Station Drops Gas To Prices Not Seen Since 1978

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