October and November gasoline futures are trading around $1.36 per gallon, which is 30 cents lower than today's prices. The refineries switch from summer blend to the cheaper winter blend over the next couple of weeks. Prices in NJ are under $1.90 per gallon in some places. Detroit is hovering at $2.00/gallon. There is an enormous glut of crude oil available in all parts of the world, and gasoline inventories are also high. With the end of summer driving season, demand normally drops off quite a bit. Goldman Sachs reported recently that crude prices might get cut in half again due to the huge production rates happening worldwide. Gasoline looks to stay cheap for a while. Enjoy.