Pacific Business News - Gas prices in Hawai'i dropped for the eighth week in a row, with the statewide price of a gallon of regular unleaded declining by 3 cents on the week of July 23, to $4.15, according to AAA Hawai'i's Weekend Gas Watch.
While Hawai'i's statewide average was 14 cents lower than a month ago, it was more than 65 cents higher than the national average and still the highest in the nation. The national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded was $3.49.
In Honolulu, the average price of a gallon of unleaded fell 4 cents to $4.09 this week, which was 9 cents less than a month ago and 11 cents higher than a year ago.
On Hawai'i Island, the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded in Hilo was $4.12, which was 4 cents less than last week and 16 cents less than last month, but 4 cents higher than last year.
On Maui, the average price in Wailuku declined by 2 cents to $4.19, which was 55 cents less than last month and 20 cents lower than last year.