JAs prices have continued to rise across the United States and the broader global community in recent weeks and months, leaving many individuals and families facing inevitable additional expenses.
The COVID-19 restrictions that brought the economy to its knees in conjunction with the decision to impose sanctions on major global gas supplier Russia, has caused a difficult situation, and now workers and families literally have to pay the price for these policies. .
Our goal here is to lend a helping hand and provide our readers with the latest updates on the latest US gas prices, and the cheapest places to refill your tanks in the 10 most populous cities across the country.
What country has the highest gas prices?
California, as is often the case, has the highest average gas price currently at $6,328.
Georgia has the lowest prices again, averaging $4,413, another low since Saturday.
Where are the cheapest gas stations in the US?
In terms of the cheapest gas stations in the US, these are the cheapest places to get gas in the country’s 10 most populated cities:
- New York, NY ($4.49): Exxon, 150-65 Cross Island Parkway Whitestone, NY.
- Los Angeles, CA ($5.67): Sam’s Club, 603 S Placentia Ave Fullerton, CA.
- Chicago, Illinois ($4.69): Bay, 5922 Sheridan Kenosha Street, Wisconsin.
- Houston, TX ($3.79): Phillips 66, 11983 FM-1409 Dayton, TX.
- Phoenix, Arizona ($4.79): Shell, 63715 E Saddlebrook Boulevard Catalina, Arizona.
- Philadelphia, PA ($4.69): Costco, 650 Garden Park Blvd Cherry Hill, NJ.
- San Antonio, TX ($4.19): Dyess Food Mart, 3044 SH-123 S Seguin, TX.
- San Diego, CA ($5.59): Horizon Fuel Center, 31267 Valley Center Rd Valley Center, CA.
- Dallas, Texas ($4.33): Walmart, 510 Richland Boulevard Prosper, Texas.
- San Jose, CA ($5.49): Horizon Fuel Center, 31267 Valley Center Rd Valley Center, CA.