BOSTON - Gas prices in Massachusetts stayed stuck at a record high of $4.73 a gallon Tuesday, according to AAA. They have not risen or fallen since reaching that level last Thursday.
Prices are up 8 cents a gallon in the last week. A year ago, it was $2.91 a gallon, $1.82 less.
The national average is currently $4.59 a gallon, which is also a record, according to AAA.
California still has the highest prices in the country, with an average of $6.06 a gallon.
Diesel prices continued a steady decline and are now averaging $6.33 a gallon in Massachusetts as of Tuesday. That's now eight cents lower than the record set Wednesday of $6.41.
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