LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Numbers from AAA show that it has been three weeks since Arkansas set its record-high gas average.
AAA reported Tuesday that the average gas price in the Natural State dropped to $4.35 per gallon. Three weeks ago, the average gas price was up nearly 20 cents. The state set its record high of $4.54 per gallon June 14.
Diesel fuel is $5.32 per gallon, dropping one cent from Monday.
Throughout the state, drivers in Montgomery County are paying the highest average of $4.86 per gallon. Drivers in Greene County are paying the lowest average of $4 per gallon.
In central Arkansas, Pine Bluff has a gas average of $4.40 per gallon. Gas in Hot Springs is averaging around $4.30 per gallon. Trailing behind, gas in the Little Rock-North Little Rock area is averaging around $4.28 per gallon.
The national gas average remained at $4.80 per gallon.
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