Oklahoma gas prices fall to lowest level since April

Ponca City Now - July 26, 2016 9:55 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Oklahoma motorists are paying some of the lowest gasoline prices in the nation.

AAA Oklahoma said Monday that the average price for self-serve regular gasoline in the state is $1.94 a gallon, the fifth-lowest state gas price average in the nation. Only South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Missouri have lower statewide gas price averages than Oklahoma.

It's been nearly three months since Oklahoma's gasoline price average was that low. AAA says gasoline was at $1.93 a gallon on April 27. The lowest price recorded so far this year is $1.34 a gallon on Feb. 13.

The all-time high price for self-serve regular gasoline in Oklahoma was reached on July 16, 2008, at a whopping $3.95 per gallon.

AAA says the national average price for regular gasoline is $2.21 per gallon.

 

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