The top 10 cheapest states to find gasoline as of January 2024.  -  Photo: Automotive Fleet

The top 10 cheapest states to find gasoline as of January 2024.

Photo: Automotive Fleet

Every penny counts in fleet management. The ever-fluctuating fuel cost unquestionably impacts the balance of costs and efficiency.

Fuel prices can make or break a fleet's budget, and as a fleet manager, being aware of these fluctuations is essential.

January 2024 Gasoline Price Updates

So, where's the cheapest gas as of January 2024?

  • Wyoming has the cheapest gasoline prices in the U.S., where the average cost is $2.63 per gallon. However, the state ranks 15th in diesel prices at $3.64. Oklahoma leads in least expensive diesel prices at $3.38 per gallon.
  • Utah has the second-cheapest gas, with the average cost hitting $3.54 per gallon. 
  • Coming in third place is Missouri, with gas prices at $2.645 per gallon. 

Further Findings

  • Hawaii has the most expensive gas prices, with an average cost of $4.66 per gallon of gas.
  • Oklahoma, Missouri, Colorado, Texas, and Montana had the top five least expensive diesel prices.

A news report by the AAA on Jan. 25 highlighted new data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

The data showed gas demand dipped from 8.27 to 7.89 million b/d in the last week. The national average of $3.10 is two cents less than a month ago and 38 cents less than a year ago.

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Louis Prejean

Louis Prejean

Assistant Editor

Assistant editor Louis Prejean works on Metro Magazine and Automotive Fleet. The Louisiana native is now covering the fleet industry after years of radio and reporting experience.

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