A sigh of relief from drivers as gas prices drop for the first time since January.
According to the Lundberg Survey, the national average price of gasoline has gone down seven cents over the past three weeks.
Analysts say the modest relief came from a boost in supply from foreign producers.
Lured by higher prices, international providers are getting into the American market.
Despite this recent drop, prices are still up ninety-three cents since the start of 2007.
Observers do not foresee any significant changes in the cost per gallon.