U.S. retail gasoline prices saw an average of no change this week, sitting at $2.17 for the third week in a row. The highest increase was in the Gulf Coast region at six cents, where gas increased to $1.98, while the highest decrease was six cents in the Midwest and Rocky Mountain regions, where gas prices are $2.20 and $2.18, respectively.

Ohio saw a huge fall in gas prices this week, dropping 18 cents to hit $2.18. The highest increase of the states was in Washington where prices jumped ten cents to $2.47.