Updated December 17, 2018

Gas prices in Tennessee dropped another 5 cents last week, and could move even lower this week, because of additional declines in the price of oil.

Sunday's state average price of $2.12 per gallon is 30 cents less than a month ago, 10 cents less than this time last year. It's possible, the state average could reach $2.00 per gallon before the end of the year.

Compared to last summer, drivers in Tennessee are now saving nearly $10 on a full tank of gas.

The Most expensive gas price averages in Tennessee are Nashville ($2.22), Johnson City ($2.22), and Kingsport-Bristol ($2.18).

The Least expensive gas price averages in the state are Chattanooga ($1.95), Cleveland ($2.00), and Knoxville ($2.05).

Locally prices are averaging around $2.10 a gallon.