Kansas motorists are currently paying more than 20 cents under the current national average for a gallon of gasoline.
This according to Triple-A, which reported yesterday that the average, per-gallon cost for regular unleaded fell to just under three dollars, 72 cents on Thursday compared to the corresponding national average of three ninety-three.
Texas motorists were paying the least at the pump, posting a state average of a little under three bucks, 46 cents.
Hawaii slightly beats California for highest prices at the pump. Yesterday’s average came in at just over five bucks, 34 cents.