Friday, March 21, 2014

States With the Highest Gas Prices

Highest is HI.  Next highest is CA.
In a number of states, the price of gas is now more than $3.75 per gallon, versus $3.52 nationwide, with gas prices in several other states not far behind. In Hawaii, the price of gas is $4.17 per gallon. Here, as in a number of states, the high price of gas reflects the difficulties involved in transporting oil and refined products to the state. Based on data from AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report, these are the 10 states with the highest average gasoline prices.
Difficulty importing oil into CA. That's a truth.  CA might as well be an island in the middle of the Pacific.

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