Freedom of speech and the right to pursue happiness aside, a great freedom of America is the ability to jump in your car, crank up the tunes and drive wherever you want to go. This is a good time go, as gas prices in Wyoming have gone down, slightly, but down none the less.

According to, the average retail prices of gasoline in Wyoming have dropped 1.1 cents per gallon over the past week, to an in state average of $2.14 per gallon for regular. Comparing that with the national average that has fallen 0.7 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.26 per gallon.

To get gassed in Cheyenne, the lowest prices can be found just east of town at Sapp Bros 12500 I-80 Service Rd & US-30. for $2.02 per gallon of regular.

Gasamat on E. Lincolnway and Sam’s are a penny higher at $2.04.

In Casper, Sinclair at 902 E 2nd St & S Jefferson St. is pumping regular for $1.93 while Sam’s is going for $1.96.

Make your decision on where to gas up and then decide which playlist to run and then roll on down the road.

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