Gas prices remain high in the USA, so drivers are still feeling the pain at the pumps. However, not every gas station is charging the same amount.
Even within the same city or the same post code, there can a big variation in price, so our guide to the cheapest gas stations in the USA will point you in the right direction.
Here, then, comes a look at where the highest and lowest prices are and which gas stations are currently cheapest in your city.
What state has the highest gas prices?
California has long been the US state with the highest gas prices and it remains that way, with the average price currently sitting at $6.07 per gallon of regular fuel.
What state has the lowest gas prices?
There are three states that currently have lower gas prices than the others, namely Oklahoma ($4.08 on average), Kansas ($4.09 on average) and Arkansas ($4.12 on average), with the average price in these three states at just above four dollars a gallon.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US?
If you are looking to get cheap gas, the following are the lowest-priced places to get gas for each of the 10 most-populated cities of the United States:
- New York, New York (4.24 dollars): Smoke Signals, 5126 Garlow Rd, Lewiston, NY.
- Los Angeles, California (5.80 dollars): Valero, 500 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois (5.39 dollars): BP, 750 N Wells St, Chicago, IL.
- Houston, Texas (4.09 dollars): Gulf, 2002 Emancipation Ave Houston, TX.
- Phoenix, Arizona (5.19 dollars): Circle K, 602 N 1St Ave Phoenix, AZ.
- Philadelphia, Philadelphia (4.79 dollars): 1840 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA.
- San Antonio, Texas (4.09 dollars): Coyote Express, 1602 W Commerce St San Antonio, TX.
- San Diego, California (5.67 dollars): Petromerica, 1548 F St San Diego, CA
- Dallas, Texas (4.28 dollars): 7-Eleven, 225 E Colorado Blvd Dallas, TX, TX.
- San Jose, California (5.59 dollars): Grand Gas, 899 N 13Th St San Jose, CA.