Based on AAAThe national average for a gallon of conventional fuel is $4.06.
That represents the second-largest average price increase nationally in a week, as reported by GasBuddy.
Patrick De Haan, GasBuddy’s head of oil and gas analysis, said in a statement that the Russian invasion and seasonal price swings mean Americans should be prepared to pay more for gas. more than ever.
Here are the most expensive states for gas as of Monday, March 7 at 8am:
- California: $5.34
- Hawaii: $4.69
- Nevada: $4.59
- Oregon: 4.51 dollars
- Washington: $4.44
- Alaska: $4.39
- Illinois: $4.30
- Connecticut: $4.28
- New York: $4.26
- Pennsylvania: $4.23
According to AAA, each state with the highest average price per gallon also saw significant weekly increases.
- California: up $.51
- Hawaii: up $.15
- Nevada: up $.56
- Oregon: up $.48
- Washington: $.44
- Alaska: up $0.5
- Illinois: up $0.45
- Connecticut: up $.56
- New York: up $0.45
- Pennsylvania: up $.48
While California had the highest average price per gallon on Monday at $5.34, the most expensive state for a gallon of gas was Missouri at $3.62 per gallon, according to AAA.
Virginia averaged $3.98 a gallon on March 7.
The all-time high for average gas prices was set on July 17, 2008, at $4.10 a gallon.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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