DENVER (AP) - The price of regular, self-service unleaded gasoline in Colorado remained steady this week, rising by only .07 cents to $1.68 a gallon, AAA Colorado said Thursday.
The national average rose 1.5 cents to $1.64 a gallon.
The lowest price in the state was Colorado Springs, where a gallon cost $1.61.
Vail had the highest price at $1.96.
Colorado's average price per gallon was 20.4 cents higher than this time last year.