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Need to fill up the tank? Summer relief continues at the pump

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OKLAHOMA – Getting annoyed with that little orange light telling you to fill up your tank?

Now is the time to do so.

The national price for regular unleaded gasoline is $3.64 per gallon.

Today’s average is three cents less than a week ago and fractions of a penny less than a month ago.

This time last year consumers were paying one cent less at the pump at $3.63, and the national average was beginning to trend downward toward the summer low of $3.47 (July 7, 2013).

For the past three years, the national average has steadily declined to start the summer driving season. Although early data for summer 2014 is moving in this direction, it is too soon to say what extent this pattern will persist for a fourth year.

Oklahoma prices have remained mostly unchanged across the state. Today’s state wide average sits at $3.44 per gallon, which is thirteen cents less than this date last year.

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