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Gas prices in the D.C. metro region spiked 14 cents in the last week up to $3.75 a gallon and 4 cents higher than the national average of $3.71.
When you pull up to the pump to fill your tank, do you ever wonder where your gas money goes? If you think the gas station gets your bills, think again.
Drivers are getting some relief at the pump in the D.C. region.
According to WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey, the price for a regular gallon of gas slid 3 cents in the last week to $3.78.
The price of a gallon of regular gas remained the same as last week at $3.81, according to our WTOP Pain in the Gas Survey.
A gallon of gas is still 37 cents higher than a year ago.
WTOP's Pain in the Gas Survey finds gas prices are down across the board in the area.
Gas prices usually drop in the weeks after Labor Day but not this year.
Gas prices are the same this week as last, but still 26 cents a gallon higher than a year ago.
Gas didn't go up in the last week. The WTOP Pain in the Gas Survey shows the regional average for regular unleaded gas remained at $3.90 a gallon.