You aren't seeing things. Those price stickers at the gas station keep going up, up, up.
In just a month, the price per gallon has soared on Long Island by more than a quarter and on Monday, it eclipsed the $4 mark, according to AAA.
The average a month ago on Long Island was $3.74. Last year at this time, it stood at $3.62.
It could be worse. You could live in California, where the price for a gallon of gas now averages $4.30.
What do you think? Does the price of gas affect how you live your life? Do you make an effort to combine errands and trips to save gas, or do you make no adjustments? Take our poll and add your thoughts in the comments.