The price at the pumps continues to drop.
Rates in Grand Rapids are about 20-cents less than the national average around $2.24.
But one west Michigan community is seeing even lower prices.
Residents in Greenville are rushing to fill their tanks fearful the prices might go back up.
When they fill up, they are pleasantly surprised to see that prices there are below two dollars a gallon, the first time in two years prices have been this low.
Gas prices there average $1.98, 35-cents cheaper than the national average, and 5-cents less than in Grand Rapids.
Christine Steele has lived in Greenville for 18-years and spends a lot on gas.
"I'm a dislocated Electrolux worker, so I'm pounding the pavement everyday trying to find a job," says Steele.
A common theme in the city recovering from the Electrolux plant closure that left thousands unemployed.
Jennifer Fasburg works at the Admiral in Greenville and hears first hand why the pump prices go up and down.
"The word is that the barrels dropped in price,” says Fasburg.
The price per barrel is around 58-dollars, but why the change in oil prices?
Gas Price analyst Patrick DeHaan says it is due to seasonal demand.
"We never had the hurricanes hit, that we were supposed to get, the winter so far has been relatively warm, so less oil usage by the northwest for heating."
The relief at the pump shouldn't come as a surprise; statistics show the first few months in the year generally bring lower prices.
"Fall is when refiners are able output a lot better, start building their stockpiles, and come early winter, December and January, is when the stockpiles are starting to peak,” says DeHaan.
Regardless of why the prices change, residents in Greenville are just happy to see them down.
"It's great, because I can spend more money on my children," says Steele.
Experts say we can start to see an increase in the next month or so, and prices will peak in the summer.