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.
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