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Attention all GTA drivers! If you've been procrastinating filling up your tank, you might want to do so now.

According to Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, an expected 1-cent a litre increase in fuel will come into effect on Thursday.

This will bring Toronto gas prices to the highest they've been since May 26, 2018, according to the gas analyst.

As a result, motorists in Toronto, Windsor, Kingston, Kitchener, Guelph, Niagara and most of Ontario will be paying a whopping 139.9 cents a litre for fill-ups for the first time in three years.

In an interview with Narcity earlier this month, McTeague revealed that gas prices would "shatter records" across Canada this summer.

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An incoming spike in Ontario gas prices is sure to put a damper on anyone's plans to take one last road trip this summer.

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Dan McTeague, gas analyst and president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, said in a tweet on Thursday that prices will rise another cent on Saturday, moving up to 140.9 cents a litre.

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