Gas prices drop for 10 days straight

National gas prices have steadily declined in the last 10 days, with gas prices now averaging $2.17 per gallon.

AAA reports the decline is due to “the abundance of crude oil in the global market;” however, the average price is the same as last year at this time.

Gas prices historically fall in November and are expected to fall before the year closes, according to AAA.

States with least expensive average gas prices

Missouri: $1.88 per gallon

Oklahoma: $1.88

Arkansas: $1.94

Kansas: $1.94

Indiana: $1.96

Texas: $1.97

Ohio: $1.98

Minnesota: $1.99

Mississippi: $1.99

Alabama: $2.00