Petrol in the Illawarra is at its cheapest for five years - which is good news for those still driving anywhere.
On Friday, the cheapest unleaded petrol in the city was at the Enhance at Old Port Road, Port Kembla, where the price at the bowser was just 96 cents per litre.
Petrol hasn't dropped below the $1 a litre mark in the Illawarra since January 2015, when there was an oil glut brought on by competition between OPEC and the United States.
This time it's a fight between OPEC and Russia that has sent oil prices to their lowest level in 18 years.
That, plus the decline in demand due to COVID-19, has seen petrol prices fall.
As of Friday, that Port Kembla servo was the only one that had broken through the $1 barrier, but several others were floating around the $1.05 mark.
The NRMA has complained this week of price gouging in the Sydney market, where some petrol stations were charging above the wholesale price - pushing the $1.30 a litre mark.
Bridget Ahern from the NRMA said that wasn't happening in the Illawarra, where prices had fallen around 20 cents a litre in recent weeks and were around what the motoring organisation expected.
"There are some service stations charging in the $1.20s in Wollongong and, if you see those keep driving because there will definitely be a cheaper petrol station down the road," Ms Ahern said.
"Around the $1.10-$1.15 mark is where we expect petrol prices should be for a regional city like Wollongong at the moment."
Some stations in Sydney are selling unleaded petrol for as little as 80.9 cents per litre - a price people haven't seen at the pump for more than 20 years.
Ms Ahern wasn't expecting Wollongong motorists to get quite that lucky, but felt we could see more petrol stations going below $1 a litre.
As of Friday the cheapest suburbs for petrol included Port Kembla, Warilla and Oak Flats, while the most expensive were Bulli and Thirroul.
The Caltex at Thirroul had the most expensive unleaded in the city on Friday morning at 132.9 cents per litre.