Skip to comments.Gas prices: These are the nation's most expensive markets
Posted on 01/19/2022 9:38:14 PM PST by fireman15
California remains the most expensive state for gas, outpacing the national average by more than a dollar, according to AAA.
However, Hawaii and Washington and Oregon are not far behind, according to AAA's latest data.
Currently, the average price for a gallon of gasoline in California will cost motorists $4.65, according to AAA.
It's a significant jump from the national average, which rose one cent from a week ago to $3.31, according to AAA. This increase, which marks the third week of consecutive gains in 2022, is being "driven primarily by the cost of crude oil," according to AAA.
Here are the top 10 most expensive markets: California – $4.65 Hawaii – $4.32 Washington – $3.95 Oregon – $3.91 Nevada – $3.81 Alaska – $3.76 Arizona – $3.58 Idaho – $3.54 Washington, D.C. – $3.51 Pennsylvania – $3.51
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I’d place that sticker there on every pump until they stopped me.
Top 8 are all Western states and Alaska and Hawaii. I’m surprised by Idaho on the top ten list.
I just paid $2.89 a gallon to fill up.
I want to get some and stick them on the empty cold cases in grocery stores.
You must live in a red state. Here in Western Washington, I drove out of my way to the cheapest local station. I paid $4.65 a gallon to fill up, which was $.30 a gallon less than the station nearest to our home.
I am sorry that was $3.65 a gallon, which was $.30 a gallon less than the cheapest station near our home. The average in our area is much higher.
I use bicycle a lot. Need only 5 gallons of gas every month. Gas can go to $10. Won’t affect much.
Alaska $4.19 regular
I’m in s spot on the Orrhon coast that’s always a little higher than surrounding areas. Price just topped $4.
Paid $2.89 here in Georgia
Good for you! Can I ask, is there any subject that you have not mastered the art of making annoying statements about?
I was a state champion and nationally ranked bicycle road racer when I was young. I rode over 10,000 miles a year for many years.
Unfortunately, the pot heads and people driving while texting has made a long ride on the roads in our area a suicide mission. My wife and I now stick mostly to the bike paths because we are not ready to be killed or seriously injured. We made this decision after being hit by a car driven by a little old lady who had just had her third cataract surgery. She didn't even know she had hit us and kept going. My wife had to have surgery to fix her crushed foot.
I have been working on renovating a house built in 1900 for the last several years that is located over 30 miles away. I am currently driving approximately 2000 miles a month. Unfortunately, my work van gets about 16 MPG and significantly less than that when I am towing a trailer. That translates out to about $120 a week. The doubling of gasoline prices in this last year is currently costing us hundreds of dollars a month.
In my area of AZ I’m getting it for 3.50, if I go to Costco, it’s about $3.40.
Lot of people other then myself are doing it. Mostly over the Diesel pumps.
6.20 for Regular in San Francisco.
hope the Liberals love it.
in the PNW you get used to it
the pure gas is abundant year round at Tribal owned stations so for a few cents more per gal i can fill up with ethanol free fuel.
One of the least expensive stations in Glendale, CA, has
dropped its price to $4.33 from $4.49 a couple of weeks
We are the highest in the nation, I believe, but we have had
a little relief.
I heard last week that prices could increase more. This seems
to contradict that.
Hope it continues to drop.
dayyam that is steep
Qmart grays harbor aberxeen 3.65 or 3-99 for ethanol free
2.74 in Conroe Texas this morning, up almost a dime in 2 weeks.
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