Gas prices jump 65 cents since January

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Posted: Apr 07, 2011 5:04 PM
Gas prices jump 65 cents since January

Retail gasoline continues to set records for this time of year. The national average has climbed by more than 65 cents per gallon since January, costing Americans an additional $247 million per day for the same amount of fuel. Here's a state-by-state summary of gasoline prices (per gallon).

Alaska: $4.112

Alabama: $3.606

Arkansas: $3.594

Arizona: $3.598

California: $4.110

Colorado: $3.535

Connecticut: $3.894

District of Columbia: $3.895

Delaware: $3.646

Florida: $3.732

Georgia: $3.607

Hawaii: $4.342

Iowa: $3.680

Idaho: $3.569

Illinois: $3.925

Indiana: $3.821

Kansas: $3.590

Kentucky: $3.695

Louisiana: $3.592

Massachusetts: $3.642

Maryland: $3.699

Maine: $3.737

Michigan: $3.838

Minnesota: $3.733

Missouri: $3.576

Mississippi: $3.576

Montana: $3.551

North Carolina: $3.668

North Dakota: $3.692

Nebraska: $3.749

New Hampshire: $3.613

New Jersey: $3.537

New Mexico: $3.635

Nevada: $3.840

New York: $3.887

Ohio: $3.752

Oklahoma: $3.593

Oregon: $3.798

Pennsylvania: $3.705

Rhode Island: $3.712

South Carolina: $3.544

South Dakota: $3.667

Tennessee: $3.566

Texas: $3.646

Utah: $3.550

Virginia: $3.637

Vermont: $3.721

Washington: $3.844

Wisconsin: $3.765

West Virginia: $3.797

Wyoming: $3.458

(Source: AAA, Wright Express and Oil Price Information Service.)