Gas prices are expected to rise for the second day in a row, industry watchdog Roger McKnight told 680News.
The senior petroleum adviser at En Pro said drivers will pay an average of 130.5 cents a litre at most GTA gas stations on Friday morning.
That’s an increase of 3.7 cents a litre.
On Thursday, gas prices rose two cents to an average of 126.8 cents a litre.
The price for gas peaked at $1.40 a litre in April.