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gas prices: map of state-by-state average
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Since I'll be crossing several states in the next few days, did a google search to get a ballpark idea of what to expect, and found this great map & chart:
  https://gasprices.aaa.com/state-gas-price-averages/
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(11-28-2018, 06:47 PM)Kaylee Wrote: Since I'll be crossing several states in the next few days, did a google search to get a ballpark idea of what to expect, and found this great map & chart:
  https://gasprices.aaa.com/state-gas-price-averages/

Once again my home state leads the way in cheap gasoline.  Our state average price per gallon of regular is $2.135 and the real bargain is one county south of us; Madison County with an average of $1.97 per gallon.  Ozarks is where it's at...if you can stand the weather of course.
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Texas isn't far behind at $2.193.

Gas on the left coast are sure up there, from $3.568 in California to $3.152 on Oregon and Washington in t6he middle at $3.329.

I think this is one of the big reasons I don't go over that way much.
Brian

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Isn't it odd that the actual price of a gallon of gas is exactly the same across the US. The difference in the price at the pump is the state sales tax added. I always thought Texas and Oklahoma would be the cheapest but found out differently when I started driving the big truck. No matter, the price difference between here and there isn't enough to break the bank. Going out west there is a noticeable difference of course but if you are camping and not going anywhere for 2 weeks at a time and then only moving 50 miles or so to the next campsite you are not gonna use much fuel anyway. I feel for those folks that have to drive a long distance everyday commuting back and forth to work out west. That can sure cut into your bring home pay.
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Does the link show taxes by state? Didn't see it but wasn't really looking. I did just drop some stuff off at goodwill out of storage and saw $1.99.9 for reg. Had to drive around the block to check thinking I missed something. Gas Buddy confirmed my Q.
By the way, that's a good app to have available if yr phone has GPS.
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