WASHINGTON - The average price of a gallon of gas of regular is below $4 for the fourth straight week, and down overall for the sixth straight week.
WTOP's Price at the Pump survey shows the average is $3.82, down three cents from last week.
The average for mid-grade is now $4.01, down five cents from a week ago, and premium is now $4.14, down three cents. Diesel fuel is $4.12, down two cents from last week.
The average for regular fuel this week is cheapest in Maryland and Virginia, both at $3.75, compared to D.C., with an average of $3.96.
Here are the current and past gas prices:
|6/22/11||Week Ago||Year Ago|
|D.C. Metro area||$3.82||$3.87||$2.80|
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