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Posted: 11:50 a.m. Sunday, March 10, 2013
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
Drivers are getting a little break at the pumps on Sunday. AAA reports that a gallon of regular gas is down a half cent. In Charlotte, prices at the pump fell right in line with the national average of $3.70. Across the state it is one cent higher at $3.71. The half cent drop may not seem like a lot, but it is the 11th consecutive weekly? decrease. That is also 42 cents cheaper than the record high of $4.11 gallon set back in July 2008. Drivers are paying most for fuel in Hawaii at $4.41 a gallon. They are paying the least in Wyoming at $3.31 a gallon. Of the two Carolinas, South Carolina has the cheapest gas at $3.51 a gallon.
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