NEW YORK STATE -- Drivers will be paying a little less at the pumps this week, as gas prices continue to decrease locally and nationally, that's according to AAA.
In the Albany, Schenectady, and Troy area, drivers are paying $3.52 a gallon which is down about 2 cents from last week.
Pittsfield drivers are paying $3.43 at the pump, that's about 3 cents less than last week.
New Yorkers on average are paying $3.60 a gallon, while the national average is about $3.29 a gallon.
While New York pays more than the national average, it's still not the highest paying state. Drivers in Hawaii are paying an average of $4.10 a gallon, while drivers in Missouri are paying the least at $2.95.