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Remote town in Hawaii has the most expensive gas in the U.S.

Laura Donovan Contributor

If you’re fed up with high gasoline prices, you might want to avoid the roads less traveled.

In the remote town of Hana on the Hawaiian island of Maui, you’ll find vistas of natural beauty and what may be the nation’s most expensive regular-grade gasoline at $6.03 a gallon. You also might skip the scenic drive along Highway 190 in Death Valley, which will lead you to the Furnace Creek Resort, where regular was selling for $5.75 a gallon Tuesday.

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