Motorists will welcome a significant increase in the price of diesel come midnight. According to the Ministry of Finance, diesel jumps forty-four cents from ten dollars forty-five cents to ten dollars eighty-nine cents per gallon. However, premium, regular and kerosene will all be unchanged at twelve dollars and one cent, eleven dollars and sixty-nine cents and eight dollars and twenty cents per gallon respectively. While many have complained about the high cost fuel, a look into our archives show that fuel has been in the ten-to-twelve-dollar range for almost a decade. Premium first crossed the twelve-dollar-mark on March 29, 2021 when it jumped to twelve dollars and twelve cents per gallon. Regular at that time fetched a retail price of eleven dollars and eighty-one cents while diesel was at ten dollars and ninety cents per gallon.