Yes,about 15 miles from my WNY home. NY has two plate colors presently as they phase out that white and blue and go back to Taxi cab yellow and blue.Yes that Tundra's blue is nice.Northcreek - was that local to you in NY? Can't quite make out the plate on that Tundra (but the color rocks...lol)
Over here in N. IL, prices dropped about 0.20 / gal about a week ago.
1.29 / 1.65-ish / 1.84 for low / mid / max pricing.
But that's not the reason I updated this thread. Rather, I updated it because West Texas Intermediate (WTI), which is what oil futures are priced at, went from $18 and change on Friday... to...get this... -37.63 /bbl at one point today (currently about -35.xx). Meaning... sellers would technically be 'paying' buyers $37 and change to take the product off their hands. Get a barrel of oil and $37 in your hand for taking delivery of it.
That's how big the glut / oversupply has gotten / how low the demand has gotten (Covid being a substantial factor here.)
Normally, when something like this happens with a commodity, it's called 'contango'. And as you can guess, it's not too good for that commodity's outlook. This is so bad, analysts are calling it 'super contango' (before today, oil futures had never, ever gone negative).
TL; DR -- oil prices are going to be lower for a long time to come (barring something like a major war). From a larger economic perspective... Not. Good.