Drivers are enjoying the cheapest Fourth of July gasoline in more than a decade. Enjoy it while it lasts: Experts say prices will start inching higher soon.
The average price nationwide for a gallon of regular is $2.23, down 15 cents from a month ago, according to AAA. The last time gas was this cheap heading into Independence Day was 2005.
But wholesale gasoline prices have already started to climb up, and that will probably translate into modestly higher prices at the pump in coming days, said Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst for the Oil Price Information Service, which tracks gas prices for AAA.
It's already a little more expensive in the Las Vegas area.
If you are filling up your gas tank for the week, we want to make sure you know the cheapest options in your neighborhood, according to GasBuddy.com.
$2.59 ARCO 6775 N. Durango Drive & Deer Springs Way
$2.45 ARCO 9390 W. Flamingo Road & South Fort Apache Road
$2.45 ARCO 9155 S. Rainbow Blvd. & Blue Diamond Road
$2.42 Shell 1381 W. Warm Springs Road & North Stephanie Street
$2.49 Rebel 1720 W. Charleston Blvd. & Shadow Lane
North Las Vegas
$2.39 US Gas 70 E. Centennial Pkwy. & Goldfield Street