As the price of crude oil continues its freefall, gasoline prices across the nation continue to fall, according to Business Insider.
The average price for a gallon of gasoline across the U.S. is currently $3.53, that's down 12 cents from this same week in 2011, according to the article.
Every region of the country tracked by the Energy Information Administration, except for the Midwest, has had three weeks in a row of falling gas prices, according to the article. The West Coast has lead the way with gas prices dropping 12 cents to $3.96 a gallon.
Of the most populated states, gas prices in Washington dropped from $4.18 to $4 in the past week, according to the article. But Minnesota had a price increase of 16 cents to $3.64. In Cleveland, gas prices have risen to $3.70 from $3.60 in the last week and are up from $3.50 a year ago.