One Place in the U.S. Where Gas Is Still Expensive
Might want to skip that road trip to Disneyland this summer.
Gasoline is below $3 a gallon in all U.S. regions but one: the West Coast. While oil’s recent rebound boosted pump prices everywhere, California, which consumes more gasoline than New York and Florida combined, saw the biggest surge. Los Angeles drivers are paying over $4 a gallon, making it the most expensive place in the country to buy fuel.