It's only March, but gas prices have been on the rise for several months now and are already up significantly since this time last month.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, regular grade consumer gas prices will more than 20 cents higher per gallon than last summer.
"During the April through September summer driving season this year, prices are forecast to average about $3.92 per gallon with a peak monthly average price of $3.96 per gallon in May," the EIA website says.
So we want to know, what, if anything, do you do when gas prices rise? Share your gas-saving tips with others in the comments.