The United States and the wider world continue to see soaring gas prices in recent weeks and months, leaving many individuals and families facing increased and unavoidable extra expenses.
A combination of continuous COVID-19 restrictions which have brought the economy to its knees as well as the decision to apply sanctions on major global supplier Russia have caused a dire situation, and now the average worker and family are having to pay higher prices as a result.
Our aim here is to lend a hand and provide our readers with the latest updates on the latest gas prices in the U.S., and the cheapest places to refill your tanks in the ten most populated cities across the country.
What state has the highest gas prices?
The state of California once again has the highest average price of gas currently at $6.408.
Georgia has the lowest prices today, at an average price of $4.490.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US?
In terms of the cheapest gas stations in the US, these are the lowest-priced places to get gas in the top 10 most populated cities in the country:
New York, New York ($4.59): Montauk Native Gasoline, 182 C Poospatuck Ln, Mastic, NY.
Los Angeles, California ($5.77): V Red, 2295 N Garey Ave, Pomona, CA.
Chicago, Illinois ($4.94): Costco, 7707 94th Ave Pleasant Prairie, WI
Houston, Texas ($4.27): Exxon, 28015 Southwest Fwy Rosenberg, TX.
Phoenix, Arizona ($4.84): Shell, 63715 E Saddlebrooke Blvd
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ($4.76): G Fuel, 362 US-40
Penns Grove, NJ.
San Antonio, Texas ($4.49): H-E-B, 108 N Rosillo St San Antonio, TX 78207.
San Diego, California ($5.59): Shell, 6901 Federal Blvd
Lemon Grove, CA.
Dallas, Texas ($3.89): James Grocery & Grill, 4800 James Ave, Fort Worth, TX.
San Jose, California ($6.07): Grand Gas, 899 N 13Th St San Jose, CA 95196.