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Statistics About The Most Expensive Gas In The Us

The most expensive gas prices in the United States are typically seen in states such as California, Hawaii, and Washington, with prices often exceeding $4 per gallon.

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"As of March 2021, the state with the most expensive average gas prices is California, with an average of $3.88 per gallon."

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"As of 2020, the most expensive gasoline in the US was found in the city of San Francisco at $4.73 per gallon."

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"The average cost of premium gas in the U.S. was $2.86 per gallon as of 2020."

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"Hawaii had the second highest average gas prices in March 2021, at $3.54 per gallon."

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"In 2008, the U.S. saw the highest nationwide average gas price ever recorded at $4.11 per gallon."

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"In July 2008, the city of Bakersfield, California saw the highest ever average gasoline price at $4.63 per gallon."

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"As of March 2021, Washington and Oregon have the 3rd and 4th highest gas prices respectively, with averages of $3.34 and $3.18 per gallon."

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"The lowest average price for gas has been recorded in Louisiana and Mississippi with $2.32 per gallon in March 2021."

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"United States motor gasoline consumption peaked in 2007 at about 9.3 million barrels per day."

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"Prices for Gasoline, 1939-2021 ($20) According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, prices in 2021 are 960.37% higher than average prices since 1939."

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"The federal taxes on gasoline in U.S. as of 2021 is at 18.4 cents per gallon."

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"State taxes on gasoline range from 13.77 cents per gallon in Alaska to 57.6 cents per gallon in Pennsylvania as of 2021."

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"In early 2021, average annual gasoline expenditure is expected to rise to about $1,600, due to rising prices."

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"The highest price for gasoline ever in U.S. was in Los Angeles, July 2008, at $5.45 per gallon."

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"As of June 1, 2021, Mississippi had the cheapest gas prices in the US at $2.72 per gallon."

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"The city of Chicago had the highest gas prices among U.S. cities in 2012, with an average price of $4.68 per gallon."

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"In 2020, the U.S. consumed about 8.9 million barrels per day of motor gasoline."

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"40% of the cost of gasoline is determined by the price of crude oil on the global markets."

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"About 20% of the cost of gasoline is contributed by refining costs and profits."

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"Taxes and distribution & marketing make up the remaining 40% of the price of each gallon of gas."

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