Gas prices in California are expected to climb as the summer months approach, although Bay Area drivers are already paying gas prices slightly higher than statewide average.
The average price for regular unleaded gas in San Francisco is the highest in the Northern California, where the average price is just below the state average.
On Tuesday, drivers statewide paid on average of $2.96 for a gallon of unleaded regular gas.
While California gas prices remain among the highest in the nation, abundant supplies this summer have led to relatively cheap prices statewide.
San Francisco had the highest average gas price in country last month at $3 per gallon.
Economic conditions are behind what's expected to be the second-busiest Fourth of July ever for California travelers.
Prices at the pump remained low over the past month in the Bay Area and statewide but a change in season might signal impending increases.
Gas prices dropped 30 cents in one month in the Bay Area and may stay low despite a typical increase in prices in the spring.
San Francisco has Northern California's highest gas prices, with the average price per gallon at $2.82.
Northern California drivers are paying less for gas this holiday season than last year or last month.
Gas prices in the region have dropped an average of 14 cents to $3.38 per gallon of regular unleaded gasoline.
California's gas prices are the highest for a state in the U.S., according to a report released Tuesday by the AAA.
Gas prices are down in California and the Bay Area due to increased imports after a spike last month.
Gas prices have increased sharply in the Bay Area and statewide over the past month.
The average price of a gallon of unleaded gasoline in Northern California rose by 75 cents in the last month.
The price of gasoline has gone up by 7 cents in the last month to a statewide average of $2.65.
A gallon of regular unleaded gasoline sold for an average of $3.19 this week in Northern California.
Bay Area automobile drivers have seen gas prices go down by more than 25 cents.
Pull out your wallets, California. Gas prices have jumped 45 cents in the last month alone.
Feeling a sharp pain at the gas station? It's cash being ripped from your pocket at an alarming rate.
California's high standards when it comes to environmentally-sensitive gasoline also means higher prices at the pumps.
You want a smack in the face? Like, Dave-Chapelle-in-Rick-James-garb slap in the face? I’m pretty sure recent gas prices achieve that.