July marked the first monthly increase in gas prices since march.
Triple A says prices rose by 5.1 percent or 17 cents a gallon last month.
Economists say the price rose because of higher global oil prices and increased demands for gasoline during the busy summer driving season.
24/7 Wall Street has compiled its list of states with the highest gas prices.
Hawaii tops the list with a gallon of regular gas at $4.15.
Alaska is second with regular gas at 4 dollars a gallon and Connecticut is third at $3.82 cents a gallon.
Rounding out the rest of the top 11:
5. New York
9. Rhode island
10. North Dakota