Golden State Drivers Pay More For Gas Than Most
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.