If you live here, get ready to pay up.
While California remains the state with the highest cost for a gallon of gasoline there are several states where Americans are having to pay up big time that to President Biden’s gas crisis.
According to Fox, the cost for an average gallon of gas in California is $4.65. Sadly, 9 other states are not very far behind and prices continue to go up.
What’s even worse is that West Texas Intermediate crude oil traded for an astounding $87.12 a barrel on Wednesday January 19th.
Here are the 10 states with the highest gas prices right now:
- California – $4.65
- Hawaii – $4.32
- Washington – $3.95
- Oregon – $3.91
- Nevada – $3.81
- Alaska – $3.76
- Arizona – $3.58
- Idaho – $3.54
- Washington, D.C. – $3.51
- Pennsylvania – $3.51