The average per-gallon price in Florida fell to $2.42 on Monday, AAA said in its weekly gas price update.
The highest average prices per gallon last week were reported from Alaska ($3.11), California and Hawaii ($3.07), Washington ($2.87), Nevada ($2.78), CT ($2.73), OR ($2.69), NY ($2.66), Pennsylvania ($2.65) and Idaho ($2.64).
In Georgia, the average price per gallon is $2.36, down 4.2 cents from last week.
"They're always changing so there's really no difference I mean we all have to drive plus I use premium so I'm always stuck with the high price anyway", Rick James of Chicopee told 22News. For the lowest prices gas prices in Roseville check out the chart below.
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The price of gasoline is down in both Rhode Island and MA after its post-hurricane spike last month.
The price of gas reached an average of $2.73 per gallon after Hurricane Harvey in Rhode Island and $2.70 in MA.
Drivers in Columbia are paying an average $2.20 a gallon. Oakland- $3.07/g, down 2.5 cents per gallon from last week's $3.09/g.
Gas prices dropped for the sixth straight week across the nation, which is the longest decline since last summer. The national average has remained under $3 per gallon for almost three years. "In fact, the national average may continue to decline for a few weeks before leveling off as gasoline inventories continue to heal after Hurricane Harvey", DeHaan added.