How Much Did Gas Cost in 1978?

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The cost of a gallon of gas in 1978 was about $00.63. The price did fluctuate just like it does today. However, that was the national average for the year.
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In 1978, the average cost for a gallon of regular gasoline cost about the same amount as the year. You could expect to pay around seventy-eight cents per gallon.
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