Gas prices across the United States and the wider global community had soared in recent months but things are starting to change, with the cost of fuel dropping in many states now.
The toll of COVID-19 restrictions which brought the economy to its knees in combination with the decision to continue sanctions on major global gas supplier Russia have caused a dire situation and although things are appearing to stabilise, workers and families are quite literally having to pay the price for these policies.
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 Hawaii has the highest average price of gas currently at $5.022.
Georgia has the lowest prices of the day, at an average price of $2.740.
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 ($2.65): Delta, 109 Main St Bloomingdale, NJ.
Los Angeles, California ($3.59): Kwik Serv, 4560 N Grand Ave Covina, CA.
Chicago, Illinois ($2.52): Costco, 7707 94th Ave Pleasant Prairie, WI.
Houston, Texas ($2.29): Friendly Express Way, 9105 Telephone Rd Houston, TX.
Phoenix, Arizona ($2.79): Circle K, 2382 N Pinal Ave Casa Grande, AZ.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ($2.80): Valero, 4235 Dupont Hwy Townsend, DE.
San Antonio, Texas ($2.35): Phillips 66, 7131 Culebra Rd San Antonio, TX.
San Diego, California ($3.76): Son’s, 445 W 5th Ave Escondido, CA.
Dallas, Texas ($2.35): HEB, 6001 Preston Rd Suite 100 Plano, TX.
San Jose, California ($3.69): 76, 19550 Stevens Creek Blvd Cupertino, CA.