Oklahoma gas prices lowest since January, keep falling
December 8, 2015 at 6:07 PM CST - Updated July 2 at 9:05 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The average price of gasoline in Oklahoma continues to fall and is now the fourth-lowest price in the United States.
AAA Oklahoma said Tuesday that self-serve regular in the state is averaging $1.82 per gallon - down by 2 cents from a week ago and 25 cents lower than a month ago. The price is approaching the lowest price of the year, which was $1.79 per gallon in January. Only Missouri, South Carolina and Michigan have lower average prices.
Prices in selected Oklahoma cities range from $1.70 per gallon in Shawnee to $1.89 in Idabel.
In the state's metro areas, drivers in Tulsa and Lawton are paying an average of $1.75 per gallon while those in Oklahoma City are paying $1.81.
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