AAA says the price of gas in Rhode Island is 6 cents below this week’s national average of $2.29.
That’s 1 cent above the national average of $2.21 per gallon.
AAA Northeast reported Monday that the average price of self-serve, regular gasoline jumped 3 cents to an average of $2.19 per gallon.
AAA says prices haven’t been this low at this point in the summer since 2004 in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
The average price for a gallon of self-serve, regular gas is the lowest it’s been for this time of year since 2004.
AAA Northeast says its weekly survey released Monday found the average price of a gallon of gas had fallen 2 cents since last week.
That’s three cents lower than last week’s average.
The price of gas continues to remain significantly lower than at this time last year, when it was $2.78 per gallon in the Ocean State.
AAA says gas costs 7 cents less per gallon in Rhode Island than the national average of $2.38.
AAA says the price is two cents higher than the national average of $2.21 per gallon.
AAA Northeast says its weekly survey found the average price of self-serve, regular gas was $2.22 per gallon, up from $2.15 last week.
The Rhode Island price is now above the national average of $2.11.
After gas prices persisted below two dollars a gallon for weeks in Rhode Island, they’re starting to creep back up.
Nationally, gas prices averaged $2.60 a gallon in August. That was about 15 cents lower than July, and it was the lowest August average sinc…
Drivers may continue to see notable price declines heading into the Labor Day holiday.
Gas prices are up again in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Gas prices on average in Rhode Island are up four cents from last week, according to AAA Northeast.
Gas prices in Rhode Island are up 11 cents from last week, according to the latest survey by AAA Northeast.
A year ago, the price was $1.16 higher, or 48 percent, at $3.60 per gallon.
The average price of self-serve regular unleaded gasoline in Rhode Island is up 5 cents from last week, according to AAA.
The average price climbed by eleven cents a gallon in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts this week, according to AAA.
Gas prices continue to decline in Rhode Island as August begins.
Prices are now averaging $3.68 for regular, 11 cents higher than the national average.
Gassing up the car for that summer road trip may cost you a bit more as prices hit the highest mark of the year.
The in-state price is a penny lower than a month ago but 11 cents higher than at the same time last year.