The 10 States With The Highest Gas Prices In America

Gasoline prices in the United States have risen to a seven-year high, putting a heavy burden on people's daily lives. Take a look at these 10 states where you'll have to pay much more for gas than anyone else.

1. California

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $4,692

Avg. Diesel Price: $4,848

2. Hawaii

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $4,354

Avg. Diesel Price: $4,665

3. Nevada

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,936

Avg. Diesel Price: $4,013

4. Washington

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,870

Avg. Diesel Price: $3,877

5. Oregon

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,784

Avg. Diesel Price: $3,821

6. Utah

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,645

Avg. Diesel Price: $4,014

7. Alaska

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,720

Avg. Diesel Price: $3,576

8. Idaho

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,667

Avg. Diesel Price: $3,975

9. Washington, D.C.

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,597

10. Pennsylvania

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Avg. Regular Gas Price: $3,578

Avg. Diesel Price: $3,963

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