(St. Louis, MO) -- You don't have to drive too far to find the cheapest gas in the country.
A new Lundberg survey says you can just go to St. Louis, where you can get regular unleaded for as low as a $1.41. Diesel prices there are also $2.49.
That survey shows prices nationwide are below $2 for the first time in more than three years. The national average has fallen 33 cents over the past two weeks to a $1.97.
As of Monday morning, you could find gas for about $1.51 in Springfield. But by the evening, some gas stations had increased the price to $1.58.