The 10 States With the Highest Average Gas Prices
|State||Gas Price per Gallon on 6/20/2018||Difference in Price From 6/20/2017|
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Is gas going up in 2018?
The national average price of regular unleaded hit $2.74 per gallon today, up a nickel from a week ago and 28 cents from a month ago.
Gas Prices Continue Their Climb.
|GDP||2018 growth is 2.9%; 2.5% for 2019 More »|
|Inflation||2.2% in ’19, up from 1.9% in ’18 More »|
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What will gas cost 2017?
GasBuddy forecasts a 2017 U.S. average price of $2.49 a gallon for gasoline. That would snap a yearly trend that has seen prices fall annually since prices averaged $3.60 in 2012. In 2016, prices averaged $2.13, down from $2.40 in 2015 and $3.34 in 2014.
How much is the California gas tax 2018?
The tax and fee increases signed by Gov. Jerry Brown will raise $5.2 billion annually for road and bridge repairs and expanded mass transit. The hikes — raising the gas tax from 18 cents to 30 cents per gallon — start Nov. 1.
What state is gas the cheapest?
The Cheapest Gas in Every State
- Alabama: $2.27. igorwheeler/Shutterstock. In Alabama, the second cheapest state for buying gas, according to GasBuddy, the average price per gallon is $2.57.
- Alaska: $3.16. nuttakit/Shutterstock.
- Arizona: $2.49. tonkid/Shutterstock.
Why is gas prices so high in California?
It is true that global oil prices are higher. California consistently has some of the highest gasoline prices in the the United States, and a newly instituted 12 cent per gallon gasoline tax isn’t helping. California also has some of the most stringent regulations for its gasoline in the nation.
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