Wyoming: Gas Prices Reaches Record High – $4.123 per Gallon
Written by Andrew-Rossi on March 29, 2022
Wyoming hit its record-high price per gallon of gasoline for the first time in nearly 15 years – and there are no signs the rise is stopping any time soon.
Ongoing inflation and international crises continue to raise the price of gasoline across the United States. Unfortunately, Wyomingites will find no relief as its average price crosses the four-dollar mark.
According to the American Automobile Association (A.A.A.), the average price of gasoline in Wyoming is $4.123 per gallon. This price matches the highest recorded in state history but hasn’t passed it yet.
Wyoming’s record high was first set on July 17, 2008 – also $4.123 per gallon. However, new records will likely be set later this week as prices climb.
GasBuddy reports the cheapest gas in Park County is at Ralston’s Exxon station at $4.00 per gallon. The cheapest gas in the state is $3.69 at the Phin Deli in Buford.
Drivers with diesel engines are in an even worse position. On March 29, the average price of diesel was $5.003 per gallon – a new record high.
National prices remain higher than Wyoming prices, but only slightly.
As of March 29, the average gas price in the nation is $4.244 per gallon.