The average gas price has dipped below $2 a gallon, according to both the American Automobile Association (AAA) and the website GasBuddy, which track gas prices.

Several stations in Oklahoma and Wisconsin are charging 99 cents or less per gallon, while prices at stations in Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana are nearing the $1 mark, according GasBuddy.

Fox News:

A Gas Buddy app user reported the price at Ole and Lena’s in Wautoma, while the BP station next door listed regular at 98 cents, according to its profile on Google Maps. No one answered the phone Tuesday morning at Ole and Lena’s, which operates just two pumps. Gas Buddy shows several other stations under $1 in Wisconsin, which Gas Buddy analyst Patrick De Haan said is not typically known for having the lowest prices, but it’s not the only place where you can get gas under a buck.

AAA is predicting the nationwide average will drop to $1.75 sometime in April, while De Haan said it’s possible that it could go as low as $1.49 this year before prices start to rise again.