Whether driving to work, school or a vacation - you can't avoid filling up.
Since April, Rochester and the rest of the country saw gas prices fall.
"It's going the right way," Fairport Resident Alan Priceman said. "I hope it keeps up. So I can drive... effects everything. food prices, even heating your house so it's a big factor when you have a family."
Priceman carefully watches the numbers.
"Yes I keep a record going back years," Priceman said. "So, I see the ups and downs in gas prices."
Triple a reports the average price of gas in Rochester is $3.54 a gallon.$0.25 cents less than last year.
New York still has expensive gas compared to the rest of the country.
"I think they could be a lot lower but then again at the same time, I"m surprised they're as low as they are," Rochester Resident Donald Harris said. "I think they could go a lot higher. I think they'll go higher after elections."
Bill Adams with the New York Association of Service Stations and Repair Shops says 3 months of falling prices got more people fueling up and driving.
"We're hoping that that's the case because it's picked up driving," Adams said. "The summer season is here. Driving has picked up quite a bit. 11:30:33
Gas prices here at the pump are staying relatively steady. but wholesale gas prices, which gas station owners have to pay are not. But experts don't necessarily think drivers will feel it at the pump.
"We're anticipating possibly for things to level off with the refineries catching up with production," Adams said. "Possibly going back down, but time will tell."
Until that time comes enjoy saving money while you can.