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Gasoline Prices — The Nation’s Most Expensive are in the West

Posted By staff reporter, Tuesday, January 29, 2019

 

 

When it comes to the cost of a gallon of gasoline, AAA says seven PIA Western Alliance states are in the top-10 most expensive states. And number 11 is the PIA Western Alliance state of Montana.

A lot of things drive the price of fuel. The price of crude oil — obviously. Taxes on that fuel, too. Weather and delivery problems. Gasoline station owners have a say in the price, too.

So what do we learn about the price of gasoline from this information? It’s much more expensive to drive in the Western states than other places in the nation.

 

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The highest prices in the nation (the PIA Western Alliance states are in bold):

1. Hawaii

Regular — $3.69

Mid-Grade — $3.84

Premium — $3.98

Diesel — $4.23

 

2. California

Regular — $3.56

Mid-Grade — $3.71

Premium — $3.82

Diesel — $4.00

 

3. Washington

Regular — $3.32

Mid-Grade — $3.52

Premium — $3.65

Diesel — $3.50

 

4. Alaska

Regular — $3.25

Mid-Grade — $3.37

Premium — $3.47

Diesel — $3.31

 

5. Nevada

Regular — $3.16

Mid-Grade — $3.35

Premium — $3.50

Diesel — $3.40

 

6. Oregon

Regular — $3.14

Mid-Grade — $3.34

Premium — $3.50

Diesel — $3.35

 

7. Idaho

Regular — $2.94

Mid-Grade — $3.10

Premium — $3.27

Diesel — $3.40

 

8. Utah

9. Wyoming

 

10. Arizona

Regular — $2.82

Mid-Grade — $3.04

Premium — $3.25

Diesel — $3.23

 

The other PIA Western Alliance States:

 

11. Montana

Regular — $2.80

Mid-Grade — $3.03

Premium — $3.29

Diesel — $3.26

 

26. New Mexico

Regular — $2.45

Mid-Grade — $2.70

Premium — $2.93

Diesel — $3.10

 

The lowest priced gas prices in the nation. Most are in the South or the deep South.

 

51. Missouri

Regular — $2.11

Mid-Grade — $2.37

Premium — $2.63

Diesel — $2.92

 

50. South Carolina

49. Oklahoma

48. Texas

47. Ohio

46. Mississippi

45. Louisiana

44. Kentucky

43. Alabama

42. Delaware

 

Source link: MSN

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