Gas prices in Kansas and across the country have come crashing down within the past month due to oil prices taking a plunge because of Coronavirus.
The national average is down just over 40 cents from last month and currently stands at $2.05 a gallon. It is also a drop of nearly 10 cents from last week. In Kansas, prices have also dropped about 40 cents in the past month and the state average sits at $1.82.
Both Montgomery and Labette County came in at $1.90 a gallon which is 8 cents higher than the state average but 35 cents lower than last month. Chautauqua and Elk counties are level with the state average.
Oklahoma has checked in with the least expensive gas in the country with an average gallon of gasoline costing $1.60. Gas in Washington and Nowata counties came in just over the average at $1.62 and $1.61 a gallon, respectively.