Gas prices in New Mexico are up another six cents over last week and $1.21 higher than this time last year, according to GasPrices.AAA.com.
New Mexico is still slightly better off than the rest of the country, where the average price for regular gasoline is $3.306 per gallon, also up from last week’s $3.260.
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Categories: NM GAS REPORT