Idaho’s gas prices are the eighth-highest in the nation, 24 cents over the national average, reports AAA of Idaho. But they’re also running 59 cents per gallon lower than a year ago, are at the lowest level for July since 2005, and have been stable – within a penny or so of their current $2.47 average – all summer. ... Variation around the state isn’t terribly high right now, AAA reports. A sampling: Boise, $2.52 a gallon; Arco, $2.48; Coeur d’Alene, $2.46; Driggs, $2.54; Idaho Falls, $2.38; Kooskia, $2.39; Lewiston, $2.34; Nampa, $2.52; Pocatello, $2.40; Riggins, $2.60; and Twin Falls, $2.39/Betsy Russell, Eye on Boise.
Question: Is anyone out there unhappy with the current gas prices?