Drivers in the province awoke to a slight break at the pumps Thursday morning.
The Public Utilities Board decreased the maximum prices of gasoline and diesel motor fuels by up to 0.5 and 0.4 cents per litre (cpl), respectively.
For heating fuels, propane was decreased by 0.6 cpl, while furnace and stove oils each increased by 0.02 cpl.
On the Burin Peninsula, a litre of self-serve gasoline is $1.406, full service costs $1.436 a litre and diesel is $1.39.
Meanwhile, furnace oil is $1.0604 a litre and stove oil is $1.1086. Propane costs 0.80 cpl.
The next maximum fuel price change is schedule for this Thursday.