OLYMPIA, Wash. (Metro) -- Gas prices are moving lower as summer travel season goes into full swing.
Triple-A reports the national average of a gallon of regular gas stands at three-dollars-54-cents.
That's five cents below last week's price.
It's also 40 cents lower than the year's peak price of three-dollars-94-cents a gallon, reported in early April.
The travel group cites declining crude oil prices in reporting the downswing in fuel prices.
Motorists in Washington state pay the most for gas at four-dollars-16-cents a gallon.
South Carolina drivers get the best price at three-dollars-13-cents a gallon.
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