CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - Drivers filled up their gas tanks around Dayton this holiday weekend after seeing a rollercoaster of prices.
"Oh i travel a lot anyway," said Don Rohler from Centerville who was happy to see the break in prices.
"I'm not traveling any place. I'm just filling up," said Anita Lamm from Waynesville.
Folks took advantage of the prices at the Marathon station on Main Street in Centerville filling up for $3.39 a gallon. A lot of people said the stable prices were a welcome surprise.
"It helped me out a lot," said Rohler.. "It's my truck that takes the gasoline."
"That's the reason there's so many cars here," laughed Ken Trail as he gassed up in Centerville.
Other drivers paid $3.37 at the BP and Shell stations at the corner of 725 and 741.
Unleaded gas at the Kroger on Main Street in Centerville was going for $3.29.
"If i can get it at a better price, that's what I'm going to do," said Trail.
"Sure wish they were in the two dollar range though," wished Lamm.
While most don't like shelling out more than three dollars a gallon, they said they'll take what they can get.
"Close but no potatoes. Isn't that what they say?" joked Lamm. "I don't know if we'll ever see two dollars again but it would be nice if we could."
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