Oklahoma drivers are paying a little less to top off the tank going into the weekend. As reported by Triple-A, the average price for a gallon of regular fell yesterday in the Sooner State to just under $3.10, this as the corresponding national figure also dropped incrementally to just under $3.45. Texas and Georgia basically were basically neck and neck with the lowest prices at the pump in the U.S., posting almost identical figures of a little over two ninety-three on Thursday. Costs were highest in California, where drivers saw the Golden State average inch downward yesterday to just under $5.45.
The average price in Tulsa is at $2.97, while in Oklahoma City the average is $3.01 and in Lawton the average is at $2.86.