While most of us are starting to feel the pain at the pump again, truck drivers and other diesel unions are actually seeing some relief.
Diesel prices are running about 30-cents a gallon less than regular gas. That's compared to last year when they averaged $1.40 more than a gallong of regular gasoline.
Tom Howells of the Wisconsin Motor Carriers Association says it's taking some of the burden off truck drivers, many of which are already struggling to keep up with lower levels of freight that need to be hauled right now.
The statewide average for diesel right now is around $2.42 a gallon.