Decrease in gas prices just in time for Memorial Day Weekend

According to AAA data, gas prices in Georgia are continuing to decrease in anticipation of the upcoming summer travel season.

Georgians are currently shelling out an average of $3.38 per gallon for regular unleaded gas, according to recent data. This figure remains unchanged from last week’s state average.

The current average cost of filling a 15-gallon tank with regular gasoline is $50.70, which is three cents lower than last week.

Georgia’s most expensive markets include Hinesville-Fort Stewart, where gas prices are at $3.50 per gallon, followed by Savannah at $3.49 and Atlanta at $3.41.

Warner Robins, Dalton, and Catoosa-Dade-Walker are the least expensive markets in Georgia, with prices ranging from $3.26 to $3.17.

Georgia gas prices are dropping, and the same trend can be seen across the country. The average price of gas nationwide has now reached $3.59.

With the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend, summer travel is expected to be bustling and busy.

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