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Gallon of gas costs $3.65 in Tucson, Az’s lowest price

The Associated Press

PHOENIX – The average price of a gallon of gas in Arizona has soared 16 cents in one week’s span, hitting $3.80 a gallon for unleaded regular.

AAA of Arizona says an average gallon of unleaded costs $3.82 in Phoenix, while Flagstaff drivers are paying the most at $3.91. Tucson has the cheapest gas in the state at $3.65 per gallon.

The automobile association says its weekly fuel gauge report shows the national average hit $3.95 a gallon this week, up 12 cents. A dozen states have averages above $4 a gallon. The AAA collects data from gas stations to compile its report.

Crude oil cost is the biggest factor in the price of gasoline. Oil prices dipped by $2 Thursday to $131.03 a barrel in New York.

The Associated Press

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