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Gas Prices Falling, Just Not as Fast in Cranberry: See Which Stations Are Lowest

Experts explain why prices in Ohio are up to 50 cents a gallon cheaper than Western Pennsylvania.

If you live in Cleveland, there's a good chance you could fill up your tank for about $3.00 a gallon, and that's more than 40 cents a gallon cheaper than in Cranberry, according to the AAA.

Drivers in five states (Wyo., Utah, Colo., Okla. and Minn.) currently pay less than $3.00 per gallon at the pump, while only drivers in Hawaii pay more than $4.00 per gallon, the AAA said.

Jeff Lenard, spokesman for the National Association of Convenience Stores, told the Post Gazette that said prices vary for several reasons.

One is a different state gas tax rate, which favor Ohio at $46.4 cents a gallon, or 4.3 cents below Pennsylvania's 50.7 cents. Another reason, Lenard said, is because different pipelines and gasoline refineries and wholesalers supply Ohio.

To find the cheapest gas prices in Cranberry, check out our interactive map. Just click on "view larger map" to see it full screen.

Then click on the blue icons for the closest gas station to you. For a look at cheap gas prices in other parts of the Pittsburgh area, click here

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