Gasoline prices in Wyoming and across the nation continue their relentless climb with AAA Auto Club’s latest statistics indicating a national average of $3.92 per gallon of unleaded regular. AAA says gasoline prices across the country continue to rise as a result of tight supplies and concerns over refinery closures in the eastern US. Wyoming remains the state with the lowest average gasoline price, now computed at $3.57 per gallon. The next least expensive state is Montana at $3.68. Prices reported by Motor Trend in Jackson Hole average $3.65 while gasoline west of Teton Pass currently averaged $3.80 per gallon.