It's official, Chicago has the highest gas prices in the country.
The price of regular gas in the city is $3.35 per gallon, which is nine cents above the average recorded about three weeks ago, according to the Lundberg Survey released last Friday.
As of 8:30 this morning, the cheapest gas in Chicago is registered at the BP station located on 3611 N Harlem Ave & Addison St, according to the website Illinois gas prices. While the most expensive in Chicago can be found at the BP gas station on 1600 N Elston Avenue & North Avenue.
The average price for regular gasoline across the country is $3.08 a gallon, compared to $2.74 a gallon a year ago.
Salt Lake City has the lowest gas price with $2.73 per gallon.