Gas prices have gone up another seven cents a gallon the past week, according to AAA.
Spokesperson Elizabeth Carey says the average around Rochester is now $2.32 a gallon.
She says the higher price is due to increased demand.
"Because prices were so low, more motorists decided to head out, use that gasoline, take road trips and drive more often. So drivers have been enjoying those prices, therefore driving more and that increased demand is what's really impacting the prices now," she says.