BOSTON — The average price of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts continues to fall in 2019.

Gas prices have plunged by another nickel, but motorists may have seen an end to dropping prices.

AAA Northeast reported on Monday that its weekly survey found self-serve, regular gasoline selling for an average of $2.44 per gallon, which is seven cents lower than it was a year ago.

The Massachusetts price, however, remains 20-cents higher than the national average.

A spokeswoman from AAA says the price of crude oil has been slowly increasing this year, but the impact at the pump has yet to be felt by Bay State motorists.

AAA found a wide range of prices, with gas selling for as low as $2.19 per gallon to as high as $3.05.