Cheapest Gas Near Me: Find Lowest Price Near Dallas, Hiram

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Cheapest Gas Near Me: Find Lowest Price Near Dallas, Hiram

Before you fill up the tank, take a look at the lowest gas prices in and around Dallas and Hiram.

Gas prices in the Atlanta area are above the statewide average, priced at $4.33 per gallon in the metro on Thursday. In Paulding County, the average gas price was $4.31 per gallon and rising.Gas prices in the Atlanta area are above the statewide average, priced at $4.33 per gallon in the metro on Thursday. In Paulding County, the average gas price was $4.31 per gallon and rising. (Renee Schiavone/Patch)

DALLAS-HIRAM, GA — Soaring oil prices mean more pain at the pump for Dallas and Hiram residents, with the average gas price already well above the $4.29 mark across the state, according to GasBuddy.

Gas prices in the Atlanta area are above the statewide average, priced at $4.33 per gallon in the metro on Thursday. In Paulding County, the average gas price was $4.31 per gallon and rising, GasBuddy shows.

The increases are especially sharp considering that the average gas price in Georgia was just $2.64 a year ago, according to AAA. The average price in the Atlanta metro area this time last year was $2.62.

But you may be able to still save a little bit if you know where to look in Dallas and Hiram.

According to GasBuddy, the cheapest gas in Dallas is selling for $4.04 per gallon at Costco, 1715 Charles Hardy Parkway, while the cheapest in Hiram is selling for $3.99 at Sam’s Club, 4798 Jimmy Lee Smith Parkway as of Thursday afternoon.

Here are some other places you can save in and around Dallas and Hiram:

  • Marathon, 51 Cadillac Parkway, $4.05 per gallon
  • Exxon, 30 Ga. 101, $4.08 per gallon
  • Coastal, 250 Merchants Drive, $4.09 per gallon
  • Exxon, 101 First Paulding Drive, $4.15 per gallon
  • Valero, 8064 Villa Rica Highway, $4.24 per gallon
  • Citgo, 7034 Villa Rica Highway, $4.24 per gallon
  • Marathon, 1600 Hiram Douglasville Highway, $4.26 per gallon

As gasoline prices in Georgia hit their highest mark in nearly 14 years, Gov. Brian Kemp tweeted Tuesday that his office is working with the general assembly to temporarily suspend the state’s gas tax.

The announcement comes after President Joe Biden said Tuesday morning he was placing a ban on the import of Russian oil in the United States after Russia’s violent invasion of Ukraine.

Kemp said he wants to “lessen the significant impact” higher gas prices are having on families. Prices are up 67 cents from last week’s average.

Georgia collects a state excise tax of 28.7 cents per gallon on gasoline sales, according to a January 2022 report from American Petroleum Institute. Georgians pay 55.95 cents per gallon accounting for all state and federal taxes and fees.

The increases mark the largest price hikes since Hurricane Katrina hit the U.S. Gulf Coast in 2005, devastating the nation’s oil and gas industry, according to CNN.

Patch staffers Eric Heyl and Andrea Watson contributed to this article.

Related: GA Gas Tax Could Be Suspended By Kemp As Prices Near Record

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