Memorial Day saw the country’s average gas price reach $4.62 per gallon.
Some states, however, have seen even higher prices.
According to AAA, the state where gas costs the most is California, with an average price of $6.15 per gallon. In Humboldt County, the average price is $6.62, the highest in the nation.
Following California is Hawaii, where the average gas price is $5.44.
Five other states have an average of over $5 per gallon: Nevada, Washington, Alaska, Oregon and Illinois, where the averages hit $5.30, $5.23, $5.20, $5.20 and $5, respectively.
Arizona, New York and Maine also made the list of the top 10 most expensive states for gas, with averages of $4.95, $4.93 and $4.77, respectively.