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The 10 States Where You’ll Pay the Most for Gas

Justin Kerby
Written by Justin Kerby

As of writing, gas prices in the USA are as low as we’ve seen in the past 7 years. While the stock market may be taking a tumble, our wallets certainly are not when we stop at the pump to fill up. Here’s a look at the 10 states where you’ll pay the most for gas, ranked from lowest to highest. Where does your state rank? If you can guess 2 of the top 3, you win the certified gas-genius award*.

*Note: we made this award up.

10. Pennsylvania

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.018

9. Idaho

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.032

8. Washington DC

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.054

7. New York

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.080

6. Oregon

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.095

5. Washington

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.237

4. Nevada

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.344

3. Alaksa

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.369

2. Hawaii

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.640

1. California

Average Price of Gas Per Gallon: $2.675

Leave a comment below and let us know how high gas went up in your state over the past 10 years, and what you’re paying now!

Source: GasBuddy.com

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Justin Kerby

Justin Kerby

Justin is a real estate junkie and writes about everything from investment opportunities to marketing strategy. When not writing, you can find him cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers or Vancouver Canucks.

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