INDIANA — Gas prices have dropped slightly over the last few days.
The national average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline has slipped below $5, with a national average Monday morning of $4.97, according to GasBuddy.
Indiana – Retail Milestone for Regular
|Records Back to 2008||Date||Price|
|Highest Recorded Average||06/16/22||5.034|
|Lowest Recorded Average||12/29/08||1.592|
|Highest Average This Year||06/16/22||5.034|
|Lowest Average This Year||01/02/22||3.279|
|Highest Average Last Year||11/10/21||3.440|
|Lowest Average Last Year||01/04/21||2.253|
|Highest Average on This Day||06/20/22||4.976|
|Lowest Average on This Day||06/20/20||2.138|
Prices aren’t so good in Indiana, where drivers are paying some of the highest prices in the country. The average gas price at 7 a.m. Monday was $5.13.
That’s up just slightly from Sunday, but down almost eight cents from last week’s average of $5.21.
Lawrence County prices range from $5.19 to $4.95 a gallon for regular and for diesel from $6.09 to $5.89 a gallon.