CHARLESTON (AP) — The price of gas continues to go down in West Virginia, declining a dime per gallon since last week.
The Triple A’s weekly Fuel Gauge says the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is now $3.46 in West Virginia. The 10-cent decline is double the U.S. decline in pump prices, although motorists in West Virginia pay 12 cents more a gallon on average than their counterparts nationwide.
The auto club says gas prices have declined steadily as U.S. demand for gasoline continues to be low while inventories are high.
In West Virginia, prices at the pump range from a high of $3.61 in Martinsburg to a low of $3.35 in Huntington.