Calling all vehicle-owners! If you’ve been waiting for the opportune moment to fill up your tank, do it right now. Ottawa gas prices are currently the lowest they’ve been since 2016, and the costs just keep on dropping.\nCitizens of Ottawa should be lining up at the pumps today, as the city’s gas prices have had yet another huge drop.\nAccording to ottawagasprices.com, which tracks the cost of fuel across the capital, prices are as low as 81.9 cents per litre in stations like Costco. Additionally, Drummonds and Canadian Tire locations are selling gas for just over 82 cents per litre.\nIf you’re struggling to remember a time when fuel was this cheap in the city, there’s good reason for that. This is the lowest price you will have paid for petrol since 2016. Ka-ching!\nEarlier this week, you could expect to pay 10 cents more per litre for regular, as prices averaged around the 96 cents per litre mark.\nThis latest drop follows the Gas Wizard’s prediction, as he told Narcity earlier this week that fuel costs would continue to fall across Ontario.\nSimilar trends have been seen across the province, as gas continues to become more budget-friendly in Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara, Sudbury and even more!\nAs suggested 23 hours ago #GASPRICES will DROP 10 CENTS A LITRE WEDNESDAY for #Toronto #GTA #Ottawa #Hamilton #LdnOnt #Kitchener #Barrie #Niagara #Peterborough #Kingston #Sudbury @ ALL of #Ontario (to 92.9 cents a litre in the GTA) Look to many stations offering gas for 85.9 cts— Dan McTeague (@GasPriceWizard) March 9, 2020\nThat said, if you’re thinking of filling up, don’t leave it too late.\nAccording to the Gas Wizard, also known as Dan McTeague, these incredible prices aren’t going to stick around forever.\nIn fact, according to a tweet from the former MP, they could increase again as early as Thursday. While it will only be by 1 cent per litre, it’s worth trying to get the lowest price possible!\n⛽️ Price ⚠️: Insignifiant 1 cent a litre hike coming Thursday @ the ⛽️⛽️ for #Toronto #GTA #Ottawa #Hamilton #Barrie #LdnOnt #Kingston #Windsor #Niagara #Sudbury and most of #Ontario insignificant because Friday could see a 2 cent drop— Dan McTeague (@GasPriceWizard) March 11, 2020\nThe downward trend in prices at the pumps have been observed across Canada, and its believed to be partially related to the COVID-19 outbreak.\nAccording to Global News, the collapse of an oil agreement between Saudi Arabia and Russia, combined with less demand for oil amid novel coronavirus concerns, is the reason that filling up just got cheaper.\nWhatever you had planned this afternoon, cancel it, and get ready to queue at the pumps instead!\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.