Just one day after New Brunswickers woke up to a spike in fuel prices, drivers are getting a slight break at the pumps.
The weekly setting by the Energy and Utilities Board shows the new maximum price for regular self-serve is $1.825 per litre, a drop of 0.4 cents.
Diesel also fell by a little more than two cents to a new maximum of just under $2.22 per litre.
Most stations across the province sell both fuels for a few cents less.
Furnace oil is down by three cents, selling for just under $2.01 per litre.
Meanwhile, propane remains unchanged at just over $1.30 per litre.
The Energy and Utilities Board adjusts fuel prices every Wednesday night at midnight.