Unfortunately, even though the national average price of gas is falling, that doesn't mean the prices have fallen everywhere.
As of April 30, ten states had higher gas prices than they had the year before. The states most hard-hit include Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Vermont, Washington and Wyoming.
Average prices recorded Wednesday on the AAA's Daily Fuel Gauge Report showed Alaska had the highest rate of difference, with prices 13 cents higher than they were last year. Arizona had a 9 cent per gallon rise while Oregon saw prices go up by 7 cents.
Hawaii recorded the highest average at $4.58 per gallon. The price is 1 cent more than the average a year ago.