Fueling up for that road trip is getting less bearable as the summer wears on.
Gasoline prices are up 11-cents a gallon from the start of july.
And it could get worse.
Gasoline futures prices are up 40-cents-a-gallon since late june.
But experts say cost increases or declines on the futures market are seldom passed all the way through to the consumer.
And drivers could see another nickel or dime hike in the next few weeks.