By Triangle Business Journal

Gasoline prices in the Triangle are flat compared to last month â¿¿ but are still higher than a year ago, according to data collected by motorist association AAA Carolinas.

A gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline will cost Triangle drivers an average of $2.60 on Monday. Thatâ¿¿s the same price as a month ago. Back in July of 2009, the price was 3 percent lower at $2.52.

Diesel fuel is still considerably higher than gas in the Triangle. A gallon of diesel will cost drivers $2.88, although thatâ¿¿s less than the $2.91 it cost a month ago.

Asheville has the highest metro gas prices in the state, according to AAA Carolinas, at $2.67 per gallon. It also has the most expensive diesel at $2.97 per gallon.

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