Over the past week, the national average cost of gas showed minimal movement, declining by two cents to $3.07 per gallon. According to AAA, this minor shift is attributed to unremarkable figures in both the cost of oil and gasoline demand. Georgia’s statewide average stands at $2.95 per gallon, reflecting a 3-cent decrease from last …
Georgia’s pump prices are on the rise following the return of the state’s fuel tax.
Here in Georgia the price of gas per gallon has increased to $3.296, a 2 cent per gallon increase compared to one week ago, and a $1.201 per gallon decrease from one year ago.
As of November 9th, the price of gas in Georgia is currently one of the lowest in the nation, clocking in at under $3.12/gallon for regular unleaded gasoline compared to the national average (approx. $3.80/gallon).
Georgia’s statewide average price per gallon is the lowest in the country at $3.265.
Gas prices in Georgia fell to an average of $3.298 across the state on Thursday, September 8. This dramatic decrease in price means that drivers are paying nearly $6 less to fill up than a month ago.