We hear you. The gas prices can really make it seem like there’s a hole in your wallet, with a full tank costing an additional $10 or more than what it would have weeks ago, and we can all relate in Western New York.

That’s why Clay & Company felt like it would be appropriate to do a bit of a rendition of one of our favorite country songs to reflect exactly what everyone is thinking with the gas prices. 

You may have heard the song “Heartache On The Dance Floor” by Jon Pardi, but have you heard the new parody of that song called “Heartache At The Gas Station?”

If you missed it on Clay & Company, watch the video below.


The singing may not have been professional-grade, but hey, I think everyone can relate to that parody.  

According to AAA, the average price of gas per gallon in New York State (as of March 17 at 7:24 am) is estimated to be about $4.40/gallon for unleaded gas. Diesel is up to $5.28/gallon. 

Gas prices have dropped a little bit though since March 10, where they hit an all-time high in New York state at an average of $4.46 per gallon for unleaded gas, and on March 12, diesel prices reached their all-time state high at $5.33 per gallon. 

You can stay up to date on the current gas prices in Western New York and around the state by following AAA’s reports. 

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