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SD gas prices now most expensive in state

Los Angeles and San Diego now have the most expensive gasoline in California after southland prices spiked about 25 cents last week, bringing averages well over $4 a gallon, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California's Weekend Gas Watch.

The state average is $3.988 a gallon for regular on Friday -- 22.4 cents higher than last week.

The average price of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego is $4.091 per gallon, which is 27.1 cents more than last week, 44 cents higher than last month, and 29 cents higher than last year.

In the Los Angeles-Long Beach area, the average price is $4.091, 24.2 cents above last week, 43 cents above last month, and 28 cents higher than last year. On the Central Coast, the average price is $4.056, up 24 cents from last week, 38 cents higher than a month ago, and 20 cents more than last year. In the Inland Empire, the average per-gallon price is $4.056, up 25.1 cents from last week, 43 cents higher than last month, and 28 cents less than last year.

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