Here's where to find the cheapest gas across the country
A recent Triple A report notes that gas prices may be lower this summer than last summer. That may be a breath of fresh air for many but some states are getting luckier than others.
For example, according to Fox Business News you can score a gallon in North Carolina, Virginia, and Missouri for about $2.50.
Arkansas and Texas are right around the 2 dollars and 40 cents mark, according to GasBuddy and Louisiana and Mississippi are hovering around 2 dollars and 30 cents right now.
KOLD reports that according to Gas Buddy, the lowest national price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas could potentially fall below $2 dollars!
The site notes that gas prices in South Carolina are more than 10 cents lower per gallon than one month go and nearly 19 cents lower than last year.
California and Hawaii have some of the highest gas prices in the country with the averages currently nearing 4 dollars a gallon.
The change in prices comes just a week after the President lifted year-round ethanol restrictions, which supporters say could bring down prices at the pump, according to Fox Business News. However, oil refiners have opposed lifting the ban.