Now There Are Eight States Where Gas Costs Over $4

Gas prices are just a few dimes short of the peak in 2008.

Indiana and Michigan joined the list of states where gas costs over $4 a gallon, including New York, Alaska, Connecticut, Illinois, California, Hawaii.

The most expensive city is San Diego, where one station is charging over $5. Runners-up are in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Francisco and Chicago.

Here’s a chart from Doug Short:

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