Pennsylvania drivers continue to pay slightly above the current national average when it comes to gas prices. As reported by Triple-A, the average price for a gallon of regular fell slightly yesterday in the Keystone State to just under three dollars and 95 cents a gallon, as the nation figure declined to three-82. The lowest prices at the pump continue to be in Georgia, where the state average fell to about three-23 on Friday. California drivers continue to pay the most. Yesterday’s state average fell to five-83 a gallon.