(NEW YORK) — Gas prices fell again this week, the second consecutive week in which every U.S. region saw declines in fuel cost. The national average price for a gallon of gas fell seven cents to $3.43, down nearly 38 cents from the same week last year.
The most notable drop in cost came in the Midwest, where fuel costs dropped 11 cents, from $3.46 last week to $3.35 this week. The region with the cheapest gas is the Gulf Coast, where the average gallon costs $3.18. The most expensive gas remains on the West Coast with one gallon costing an average of $3.80.
Gas in California is down seven cents to $3.93 per gallon, but remains the highest average gallon in the country.
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Mike Price, EastIdahoNews.com