Gas prices climbed higher across the country compared to the week before. The national gasoline average is up three cents from this time last week and up 15 cents from a year ago. Premium gas is $4.01, up three cents from last week. Diesel fuel is about eight cents higher than this time last year.
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|National regular gasoline prices||Price||Change from last week|
|Regular gasoline/gallon||$3.68||↑ .03|
|Diesel fuel/gallon||$3.97|| ↑ .02
|Regional regular gasoline prices||Price||Change from last week|
|East Coast||$3.66||↑ .05|
|—New England||$3.69||↑ .05|
|—Central Atlantic||$3.67||↑ .06|
|—Lower Atlantic||$3.65||↑ .05
|Gulf Coast||$3.49||↑ .02
|Rocky Mountain||$3.45||↑ .01
|West Coast||$4.03||↑ .05|
Source: Energy Information Administration, 4/21/14. Figures rounded to the nearest cent.
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