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Gas prices have dipped in northeast Kansas, about 30 cents in three weeks but we are still shelling out more than the rest of the nation on average.
AAA says the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded is $3.62 a gallon where it is just about $3.70 in Topeka.
The average is still almost 50 cents lower than the record high of $4.11 a gallon in July of 2008.
Drivers in Hawaii are paying the most now at $4.36 a gallon and people in South Carolina are paying the least at $3.21.