Now you have yet another reason to be fired up about high gas prices. North Carolina has the third highest gas price in the United States! Triple A says the average price per gallon in our state is $3.07. The only U.S. sites higher are the District of Columbia at $3.14 and Hawaii at $3.24 a gallon. Triple A says regular unleaded in Asheville is the highest in North Carolina at $3.19 a gallon. So why is our state so high? Part of it is because of North Carolina's gas tax. The 27 cents paid on each gallon is the highest among Southern states and fifth highest nationally. We'll take a closer look at North Carolina's gas tax, Wednesday on WITN 7 news at six.
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