Gas prices in central Indiana drop to $3 a gallon

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 29, 2014) -- Gas prices across Indiana are among some of the lowest in the nation. Several stations in Noblesville and Greenfield were selling regular unleaded gasoline for $3.00 a gallon Tuesday. One Shell station near 146th St. and State Road 37 posted $2.99 a gallon.

According to, the average price in Indianapolis Tuesday morning was $3.29 and the average price in Indiana was $3.37. The national average is $3.50. One year ago, Americans were paying $3.63 a gallon at the pump.

Triple A experts credit high refinery production for the dip in prices during a time of year when gas is usually most expensive. Prices have dropped for more than 30 days in a row.


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