HOUSTON (AP) - Texas gasoline prices just keep dropping.
The AAA Texas gasoline price survey released Friday says regular self-serve is averaging $1.47 per gallon across the state, a drop of 7 cents from last week and of 50 percent from a year ago.
The national average is $1.63 per gallon, 3 cents less than last week and $1.43 less than a year ago.
The state's highest gas price average is in El Paso, where regular self-serve fell 5 cents from last week to $1.52 per gallon.
Houston and Corpus Christi has the cheapest gas at $1.43 per gallon. That's 7 cents less than Houston's average last week and 10 cents less than last week's average in Corpus.
On the Net:
AAA Texas: http://www.aaa-texas.com/corpinfo/media.aspx
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