Kansas has checked into the top 10 with some of the cheapest gas in nation, according to GasBuddy.com.
While the national average is currently stands at $2.48 a gallon, an average gas of regular gasoline comes in at nearly 30 cents cheaper at $2.20 in Kansas. That is just over 5 cents cheaper than last week's average and 8 cents off from last month.
Montgomery County clocks in at the state average of $2.20 along with Chautauqua County. Lebette County comes in 4 cents under the state average at $2.16 a gallon, however Wilson County comes in slightly above the state average at $2.22 a gallon. The cheapest gas in the state is a tie between Marion and Gove counties at $2.09.
Across the border in Oklahoma, an average gallon of gasoline is $2.13 with gas in Washington and Nowata counties coming in at $2.11 and $2.20 a gallon, respectively.