Gas prices are down in most regions this week compared to the week before. The national gasoline average is two cents less from this time last week and down nine cents from a year ago. Premium gas is down two cents from last week at $3.87. Diesel fuel is about the same as this time last year.
See our guide to fuel economy for advice on saving gasoline, including reports on how to get the best gas mileage and where to find the cheapest gas. Learn about future technologies such as electric and hydrogen fuel cells in our guide to alternative fuels.
|National regular gasoline prices||Price||Change from last week|
|Regular gasoline/gallon||$3.52|| ↓ .02
|Diesel fuel/gallon||$3.85||↓ .02|
|Regional regular gasoline prices||Price||Change from last week|
|East Coast||$3.50|| ↓ .04
|—New England||$3.65|| ↓ .05
|—Central Atlantic||$3.57||↓ .04|
|—Lower Atlantic||$3.41||↓ .04|
|Gulf Coast||$3.31||↓ .04|
|West Coast||$3.89||↓ .03|
|—California||$3.95|| ↓ .04
Source: Energy Information Administration, 8/4/14. Figures rounded to the nearest cent.
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