Gas prices are down slightly to begin the week, and Kansas has the cheapest in the country.
Monday’s AAA Kansas stations survey shows the national average price for regular fell a penny over the weekend, to $4.32 a gallon.
Gas is below $4.00 a gallon in only a dozen states and it’s least expensive in Kansas, where the statewide average is $3.81 a gallon. The all-time high for a gallon of regular unleaded in Kansas was posted over the Memorial Day weekend back in 2013, when the price at the pump was $3.91.
The average price in Saline County is unchanged since Thursday at $3.78 a gallon.
California gas is far and away the most expensive at $5.74 a gallon and Nevada and Hawaii are just a nickel under $5.00a gallon.
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