If you’ve been wasting fuel in search of the cheapest gas station, you’re not the only one — according to GasBuddy.com’s 2019 Fuel Price Outlook, the price you’ll pay at the pump this year is expected to be the highest it’s been since 2014. Ouch.
The national average price for a gallon of gasoline rose 10 cents to $2.70 per gallon and total U.S. gasoline spending for 2019 is expected to reach $386.0 billion.
But, there’s some good news — GasBuddy’s forecast doesn’t expect any record-breaking prices this year, and most of the U.S. will see prices peak under $3 a gallon (although the national average could push close to $3 a gallon). And on top of that, there are still some gas chains that are well below the national average.
Luckily, we’ve done some digging at GasBuddy.com to find them for you — at every state, including Washington DC.
* To determine this list, we analyzed information from GasBuddy.com’s lists of Top Ten Lowest Gas prices in every state; this information is based on daily input from its 60,000,000 plus users and is subject to change. Additional reporting from Marissa Perino.