ATLANTA - Georgia drivers who are hitting the road for the Fourth of July have some good news when it comes to the gas pump Monday.
"Georgia pump prices have fallen about 9 cents per gallon throughout the past two weeks," said AAA spokeswoman Montrae Waiters. "Low oil prices have enabled gas prices to remain well below year-ago levels. However, strong demand has created some volatility throughout the past month. Even if gas prices rise again soon, Fourth of July road trippers will pay much less at the pump compared to last year."
Nationally, the average price for a gallon has dropped, but not as much as it has in Georgia.
The most expensive places to fill up in the Peach State can be found in Savannah ($3.34), the Hinesville-Fort Stewart area ($3.29), and the Augusta-Aiken area ($3.22).
If you want the find the cheapest gas in Georgia, you should look in Warner Robins (3.10), Catoosa-Dade-Walker ($3.09), and Rome ($3.08).