Found a very cool internet tool on Gas Buddy that shows a map of the entire U.S. broken down into counties and color coded to show the current cost of gas in each county. It is amazing to see the huge disparity in the cost of gas, with the highest costs always seeming to be in California and along the west coast, including Washington, Oregon, Nevada and then over to New York on the east coast, and surprisingly, Maine is very high, too.
At the moment the three cheapest states include Missouri, Oklahoma and South Carolina.
There is also a map that show the cost of gas across Canada.
Check out the U. S. National Gas Temperature map for yourself – isn’t it cool?