Find the Cheapest Gas Prices
High Gas Price Records
US National news reports that gas prices broke record highs for the third day in a row on May 15, 2007. The national average price of gas in the USA is about $3.09.
Fuel prices have not been this high since Hurricane Katrina disrupted oil refinery operations in early September, 2005. This caused a temporary gas price spike. Current gasoline prices are being blamed on maintenance, fires, and power outages.
Currently, California has the highest gas price average, about $3.48 a gallon for unleaded self-serve gasoline. South Carolina has the lowest price per gallon for self-serve unleaded gasoline, averaging $2.84 a gallon of gas.
Check out the following websites to try to find the cheapest gas prices in your area. The websites cover gas prices in the USA. Some of the websites cover cheap gas stations in Canada.
Find the Cheapest Gas Prices on Websites
Go to These Websites to Find the Cheapest Gas Prices in Your Area
- Gas Buddy Helps Find the Cheapest Gas Prices
Type in your zip code or city and state. Find cheapest gas prices in the USA and Canada.
- Cheap Gas Finder for New York Residents
- MSN Gasoline Prices- Enter Zip Code to Find Cheapest Gas Prices in Your Area
- Where to Find Cheapest Gas Prices in Las Vegas
- Another Website to Find the Cheapest Gas Prices- Just Type in Your Zip and Save on Gas
This cheap gas station finder website even covered my tiny town.
- Find the Cheapest Gas Prices in the Toronto Area
More Information on High Gas Prices
- Third Straight Day for Record Gas Price Highs
- Explaining High Fuel Prices
- Will Gasoline Go to $4 a Gallon?
- Average Gas Prices Around the USA
This website lists gas prices around the USA, sorted by region and selected individual states and cities.
- Find Cheap Gas Prices in Specific Cities
This website has a clickable map to see gas price data for specific cities in each state.