If you’re traveling on Memorial Day weekend: These are the gas prices you’ll find


An estimated 37.9 million Americans will travel by road this weekend.

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This weekend marks Memorial Day or Memorial Dayin which millions of Americans take the opportunity to go on a road trip, but this year they will face the problem of high gasoline prices and it will make more than one family think if they can afford that expense.

gasoline prices have been rising for almost two weekswith a national average of $4.60 per gallon, according to AAA, a jump of 43 cents since the national record was initially broken in March.

For this weekend, it is expected an 8% increase in travel compared to 2021, according to Cars.com. Of those trips, 82% will be by car, but the majority will rideshare to save money.

Location data company Arrivalist said in a statement that it estimates 37.9 million Americans will travel by road during this weekend.

On the west coast is where you will find the most expensive gasoline in the US., as all states bordering the Pacific Ocean average over $6 per gallon. California has the most expensive gas, at $6.07.

Although gas prices exceed $4 in every state, the cheapest gas is found in the Midwest, and Oklahoma, where it costs $4.09.

This is the list of what regular gasoline costs on average in all the states of the country, according to AAA:

-Alabama: $4.30 dollars

-Alaska: $5.20 dollars

-Arizona: $4.92 dollars

-Arkansas: $4.12 dollars

-California: $6.07 dollars

-North Carolina: $4.37 dollars

-South Carolina: $4.28 dollars

-Colorado: $4.20 dollars

-Connecticut: $4.68 dollars

-North Dakota: $4.21 dollars

-South Dakota: $4.24 dollars

-DC: $4.85 dollars

-Delaware: $4.60 dollars

-Florida: $4.57 dollars

-Georgia: $4.14 dollars

-Hawaii: $5.42 dollars

-Idaho: $4.67 dollars

-Illinois: $4.97 dollars

-Indiana: $4.58 dollars

-Iowa: $4.23 dollars

-Kansas: $4.09 dollars

-Kentucky: $4.30 dollars

-Louisiana: $4.23 dollars

-Maine: $4.74 dollars

-Maryland: $4.60 dollars

-Massachusetts: $4.74 dollars

-Michigan: $4.57 dollars

-Minnesota: $4.19 dollars

-Mississippi: $4.18 dollars

-Missouri: $4.17 dollars

-Montana: $4.38 dollars

-Nebraska: $4.18 dollars

-Nevada: $5.24 dollars

-New Hampshire: $4.68 dollars

-New Jersey: $4.77 dollars

-New Mexico: $4.32 dollars

-New York: $4.93 dollars

-Ohio: $4.45 dollars

-Oklahoma: $4.08 dollars

-Oregon: $5.17 dollars

-Pennsylvania: $4.77 dollars

-Rhode Island: $4.72 dollars

-Tennessee: $4.28 dollars

-Texas: $4.27 dollars

-Utah: $4.60 dollars

-Vermont: $4.72 dollars

-Virginia: $4.46 dollars

-Washington: $5.22 dollars

-West Virginia: $4.46 dollars

-Wisconsin: $4.34 dollars

-Wyoming: $4.31 dollars

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Source-laopinion.com