Missouri's Gas Cheapest in U.S.
ST. LOUIS - A little over a month ago, some motorists were wondering if $3 gasoline prices were here to stay. Now, drivers in parts of Missouri are paying less than $2 per gallon for regular unleaded. In fact, according to AAA Auto Club, Missouri gas is the cheapest in the nation. While the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded today is $2.33, Missourians are paying, on average, $2.04. Declines in crude oil prices, lower demand with the end of summer and other factors are cited in the falling price at the pumps.
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