Gas prices drop to less than $4 a gallon in 10 countries

Drivers refuel at the Shell station in Falls Church, Virginia on July 19, 2022.

Drivers refuel at the Shell station in Falls Church, Virginia on July 19, 2022.
picture: Saul Loeb (Getty Images)

I’m back again, guys, and I’ve come with good news. There are now 10 states in the country where it is located Average price of a gallon of gas It’s back under $4, according to AAA. There are also a few cases close to that sweet sweet 4.00 bucksso the smart money will be on the idea that the list of ten countries almost. As the Beatles said, “It’s getting better all the time.”

Across the country, the news is not so far The same quality. The average gallon of regular gas is now $4.36. This might not sound great, but when you look at the same time last week, the average price was $4.52. That’s a solid improvement there. Things get even tighter when you look back at the all-time record of $5.02 that was set about six weeks ago.

Having said that, it’s easy to see why this news isn’t quite as exciting to the American public. If you look at prices last year, the average price for a regular gallon hovered at $3.16 a gallon, so we’re still $1.20 away from that mark. Give it some time, hopefully.

Diesel prices are also slowly declining. The average price is now $5.41 a gallon, which is 13 cents lower than this time last week, and about 40 cents cheaper than its mid-June high.

So California – which Always It has the highest gas prices – experiencing some delays. Prices there have regularly dropped 17 cents in just one week, down 71 cents from the record high. June 14.

With that being said, let’s take a look at the highest and lowest average gas prices across the country.

Here are the highest average gas prices in the country in order of highest price per standard gallon:

  • California – $5.73 Regular | $5.95 mid | 6.09 dollar premium | $6.56 diesel
  • Hawaii – $5.53 Regular | $5.73 mid | $5.96 Premium | 6.10 dollars diesel
  • Alaska – 5.22 USD Regular | $5.47 mid | $5.63 Premium | $5.89 diesel
  • Oregon – 5.17 USD Regular | $5.39 mid | $5.60 Premium | 6.19 dollars diesel
  • Nevada – $5.14 USD Regular | $5.40 mid | $5.60 Premium | $5.54 diesel

Here are the lowest average gasoline prices in the country in order of lowest price per regular gallon:

  • Texas – $3.86 Regular | $4.24 mid | $4.57 Premium | 4.85 dollars diesel
  • South Carolina – $3.86 Regular | $4.27 mid | Premium $4.60 | $5.02 diesel
  • Georgia – 3.89 USD Regular | $4.30 mid | Premium $4.65 | 5.10 dollars diesel
  • Mississippi – $3.89 Regular | $4.28 mid | $4.63 Premium | $4.98 diesel
  • Alabama – $3.93 Regular | $4.33 mid | Premium $4.70 | $5.12 diesel

You have to admit it is getting better.

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