Feeling pinched at the pump? You're not the only one.
The price of gas in the United States is now $3.72 per gallon for convention retail gas, according to the United States Energy Information Administration.
That's the highest since $3.74 per gallon back on Oct. 15, when gas prices were above $3.70 a gallon for eight straight weeks.
About a year ago, prices were even higher. The average on April 9, 2012, was a staggering $3.877.
The price of a conventional retail gallon of gas has been more than $3 a gallon since Dec. 27, 2010, according to government figures. Gas was below $2 a gallon as recently as March 23, 2009.
Conventional retail gas prices were above $4 a gallon for six weeks, ending July 21, 2008.
Gas has not been under $1 a gallon since it was 99 cents on March 22, 1999.
The government figures go back to Aug. 20, 1990.