Oklahoma gas prices have declined for 14 straight days.
The average price for regular unleaded dropped to $3.35 per gallon, according to the latest numbers form AAA Oklahoma.
The AAA report notes that the fighting in Gaza and the tension over the plane crash in Ukraine have not had an immediate impact on U.S. gas prices.
There are four states today with lower state gas price averages than Oklahoma: South Carolina, $3.296 per gallon; Alabama, $3.314; Missouri, $3.339; and Tennessee, $3.346. Pacific states continue to lead the nation with the highest prices, led by Hawaii, $4.34; Alaska, $4.15; and California, $4.04.