Whew! Oklahoma motorists got a gasoline price break

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Rising gasoline prices took a break in the past week in Oklahoma and were flat, going up only one cent to a new average of $3.08 per gallon according to AAA.

Nationally, prices were unchanged with an average of $3.41 per gallon and only two cents more than a month ago.

Oklahoma’s average of $3.08 compared to $3.07 a week ago, $3.39 a month ago and $3.53 one year ago according to AAA.

Lawton continues with the lowest average of a metropolitan area in the state at $2.90 per gallon, two cents lower than a week earlier.

Prices in Oklahoma City average $3.07 a gallon, a cent more than last week and two cents higher than a month ago. A year ago, Oklahoma City’s average was $3.18 per gallon.

Drivers in Tulsa pay an average of $3.02 per gallon, 11 cents higher than a week ago and 2 cents more than a month earlier. The average price in Tulsa a year ago was $3.28.

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Coal County in the southeast has the highest county average at $3.55 per gallon. Neighboring Hughes County’s average is $3.33. Greer County in the southwest averages $3.43 a gallon and Ellis County in the northwest is at $3.41.

Oklahoma gasoline prices compare to $3 a gallon in Texas, $3.05 in Missouri, $3.06 in Arkansas, $3.33 in New Mexico, $4.10 in Colorado and $3.12 in Kansas.