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Gas prices hit new highs – these states saw the largest weekly increase – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-07-20 11:16:31 –

(NEXSTAR) – Soaring crude oil prices New demand for fuel When Americans travel, they return to work and begin pre-pandemic activities.

National gasoline prices are 98 cents higher than last year’s pandemic before the widespread availability of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to AAA..

Some states like Colorado I saw a sharp rise in prices Over $ 1 from this date last year – The average price of a gallon of gas in 2020 was $ 2.45, compared to $ 3.52 in 2021.

AAA spokesman Jeanette McGee said: “But higher prices haven’t stopped drivers from filling up based on strong petrol demand.”

The biggest rises in weekly average gas prices are Ohio (11 cents), Michigan (10 cents), Utah (10 cents), Kansas (8 cents), Idaho (7 cents), Illinois (6 cents), and Wisconsin (5 cents). St.), Wyoming (5 cents), North Dakota (5 cents).

Twenty-five states saw an average increase of at least 2 cents, and 11 states saw jumps of at least 5 cents. But if it’s comforting, gas is 41 cents cheaper than at this point in July 2014, according to AAA.

The states with the highest average price of 1 gallon of gasoline as of Monday are:

  1. California – $ 4.32
  2. Hawaii – $ 4.07
  3. Nevada – $ 3.88
  4. Washington – $ 3.84
  5. Utah – $ 3.78
  6. Oregon – $ 3.69
  7. Idaho – $ 3.65
  8. Alaska – $ 3.63
  9. Colorado – $ 3.52
  10. Wyoming – $ 3.44

And the cheapest:

  1. Mississippi – $ 2.78
  2. Louisiana – $ 2.81
  3. Alabama – $ 2.83
  4. Texas – $ 2.83
  5. Missouri – $ 2.85
  6. Arkansas – $ 2.85
  7. Oklahoma – $ 2.87
  8. Tennessee – $ 2.88
  9. North Carolina – $ 2.90
  10. South Carolina – $ 2.91

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