Drivers in the Golden State continue to pay substantially more for gas than motorists in other states.
The price at the pump has risen again. In the Mother Lode, regular-unleaded gas cost an average of $2.05 a gallon. That´s the same amount as the statewide average. California motorists now pay 14-cents a gallon more than the national average of $1.91 per-gallon. Motorists filling up in Sacramento, Stockton and Lodi pay the least for gas, where regular-unleaded fuel cost an average of $1.91 a gallon. The most expensive place to fill up in the state is in Southern California. Regular-unleaded cost an average of $2.10 for every gallon pumped in Los Angeles and Long Beach.