Gas Price Gap Between Illinois and Wisconsin Remains High

The gap between gas prices on either side of the state line has fallen slightly, but remains high at 42-cents. AAA says the average gallon of gas in Illinois stands at $3.45, 15-cents higher than the national average and the highest prices in the Midwest. Lake County comes in just a bit lower at $3.37. In Wisconsin, prices are averaging $3.03 a gallon, 27-cents lower than the national average. Kenosha County comes in 2-pennies cheaper at $3.01.

Tim Vander Tuuk, WXLC News (1-14-22)