This week’s AAA Texas Gas Watch was released Thursday morning and it was good news for those driving over Spring Break.  The average price for self-serve regular unleaded in Texas is $2.25 a gallon, unchanged from last week. The national average price is $2.44 a gallon, down one cent from last week.

The most expensive gas in the state is in Dallas, averaging $2.27 a gallon. Many Lubbock gas stations have self-serve regular unleaded priced around $2.24 a gallon.

“Spring Breakers taking road trips will definitely see a savings at the pumps compared to last year which will give them more money to spend on other parts of their trips,” said AAA Texas/New Mexico Representative Doug Shupe.  “As people drive to warmer destinations and take a much needed break from school and work, we remind them to always wear their seatbelts, don’t drive distracted, drowsy or after drinking any amount of alcohol.”


AreaCurrent 03/12/1503/05/15DifferenceYear Ago 03/12/14DifferenceRecord High DateRecord High Price
Austin-San Marcos$2.24$2.25-0.01$3.20-0.9607/17/08$3.97
Corpus Christi$2.26$2.28-0.02$3.22-0.9607/15/08$3.96
El Paso$2.26$2.260.00$3.30-1.0407/17/08$3.97
Ft. Worth$2.24$2.26-0.02$3.35-1.1107/16/08$3.97
San Antonio$2.23$2.24-0.01$3.18-0.9507/16/08$3.96