These are the 5 Most Expensive States for Gas

Fuel prices have settled somewhat from record highs last month, but residents in these states are still paying top dollar to gas up. 

After record highs in mid-March, the cost of gas has remained ratcheted down in recent weeks.  

The average price at the pump on Friday was about $4.14 a gallon, according to AAA, down 8 cents from a week ago

Which states pay the most for gas? 

1. California Gas in the Sunshine State averaged $5.79 a gallon, higher than anywhere else in the nation. 

2. Hawaii Filling up the tank costs about $5.24 a gallon on average in Hawaii.

3. Nevada Do you feel lucky? You might not if you had to pay $5.13 a gallon, the average price for gas in Nevada.

4. Alaska A gallon of regular costs about $4.70, down 3 cents from a week ago but up $1.57 from a year ago. 

5. Washington In the Evergreen State, a gallon of gas will set you back about $4.69, on average, down 3 cents from last week.