That's what experts are saying after gas jumped 24-cents in January. It's the second highest increase in the United States.
Switching over to the more-expensive summer blend is a big factor in the higher prices, but Indiana is topping the national average.
Experts say it's a combination of several factors, especially the fact that several local refineries are closed for renovations.
Gas prices are expected to peak in April, and could reach $4.00, maybe even $4.50 per gallon.