According to the weekly KFYO News Gas Price Survey, the average price for retail gasoline in the Hub City is down four cents to $3.28 per gallon. That marks a fifth consecutive drop in prices in Lubbock from the 2013 high of $3.50 from mid-July.

Motorists in Lubbock were paying more at the pump last year at $3.46 per gallon and even less in August of 2010 at $2.57.

Statewide prices also fell four cents on average to $3.41 a gallon according to AAA Texas.The most expensive gas in the Texas cities surveyed is found in Galveston at $3.44 per gallon and the least expensive average found in Amarillo at $3.34. Lubbock is not part of the AAA Texas survey.

Nationally, prices also fell a nickel from $3.59 per gallon to $3.54.