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How much does a gallon of gas cost in every US state?

Commuters are in a bit of comfort over the Thanksgiving holiday, as gas prices have dropped by 16 cents in the past week, bringing the average price of a gallon in the US to $3.61.

That’s well below the summer peak of more than $5 for a regular gallon of gas, though as of Wednesday, prices are still 21 cents higher than a year ago. According to the American Automobile Association (AAA),

It’s also the highest national average during Thanksgiving since 2000, when AAA first began tracking average gas prices in the US.

“Thank you [gas prices] AAA spokesman Andrew Gross said, “That would be about a dollar more per gallon than in pre-pandemic 2019. However, we can be thankful that gas prices are moving in the right direction right now.”

Here’s a look at the average price of a regular gallon of gas in every US state.

Gas prices are highest in Western states, where they sit roughly above $4 per gallon. At $5.16 per gallon, California has the second highest average in the country after Hawaii, where a gallon costs $5.20.

Prices are cheapest in the South, where a gallon of gas is closer to $3. In Texas, a gallon costs $2.95, making it the cheapest state to pump gas. It is also the only state where gas costs less than $3.

gas prices vary by region Due to differences in state and local taxes, distance from supply and retail competition.

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