Idaho Gas Prices Below National Average
14 Cents Higher Than Last Month
LEWISTON, ID – Gas prices in the U.S. are rising as the summer travel season nears, but Idaho isn’t keeping pace. The national average is 22 cents higher than a month ago, but only 2 cents higher than a year ago according to a AAA study.
Americans are paying an average of $2.60 per gallon. Idahoans are paying $2.44. That’s 14 cents higher than a month ago, but 23 cents less than last year. Idaho has the 5th lowest prices in the nation right now. Utah has the least expensive gas at $2.33 per gallon.
In the Gem State, residents and visitors to Stanley are paying the most at an average of $2.90 per gallon. Franklin is the lowest place to find gas at $2.26 per gallon. Moscow is in the higher range at $2.65 and Lewiston residents pay $2.55 per gallon.