NASHVILLE, Tenn.--Gas prices in the state of Tennessee saw the highest average price per gallon for the month of March in four years.
Auto Club Group AAA reports Tennesseans saw the most expensive gas prices of the year in March with an average of $2.35 per gallon. The average is the highest since 2014's $3.26 per gallon. It is also an increase of 30 cents compared to last March.
Nashville reports the most expensive averages with $2.51 per gallon, followed by Cleveland ($2.51), and Clarksville-Hopkinsville ($2.47).
The least expensive prices were found in Memphis ($2.40), Chattanooga ($2.42), and Knoxville ($2.44).
According to Gas Buddy, some of the cheapest prices in the Nashville area can be found at the Murphy USA station located in Ashland City at Old Hydes Ferry Pike. The latest prices reported are $2.29 per gallon for regular gas.
In Madison, the Thortons at 317 Myatt Drive & Anderson Lane is reporting $2.36 per gallon. To the south, the Mapco at 3043 Nolensville Road & McLver reports $2.39 per gallon.