(Bloomberg) — At least there’s this: The average price for a gallon of gasoline in the U.S. has fallen below $2 for the first time in four years.That’s average — which California is not. As crude oil prices have tanked, depressed by the coronavirus pandemic and the market-share war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, at least a dozen service stations in the Golden State are charging more than $4, according to the tracker GasBuddy. One unnamed location in Santa Clara, near the heart of Silicon Valley, was on Monday demanding the most that GasBuddy’s research found in the state: $4.79.According to AAA, only Hawaii has higher average prices than California, at $3.36 versus $3.06. That compared to the lowest of 95 cents at one outlet