The cost to fuel your vehicle is still on the rise, although there is a wide gap in prices at gas stations around the capital.
Some stations are now selling gas at 147.9 cents-per-litre for regular unleaded gas, but others are still holding as low as 134.9/L, and at other prices in between.
It wasn’t that long ago when the price at the pump was at a one-year low of 125.5/L, but prices began to climb at the end of February.
The price of gas is over $1.50/L on the lower mainland and analysts are predicting the cost to fuel up to climb to $1.60.
Dan McTeague of GasBuddy.com says an increase to the B.C. carbon tax in April and other factors could lead to record-breaking prices this year.
With files from CBC.