All fuels, with the exception of propane for heating, were decreased Thursday.
The Public Utilities Board set maximum prices last week for all regulated petroleum products in all areas of the province.
Gasoline fell six-tenths of one cent while diesel was cut 2.5 cents a litre.
Burin Peninsula motorists are now paying $1.422 a litre for regular, self serve gasoline; $1.452 for full service and diesel is $1.481.
Heating fuels are $1.0932 for furnace oil, $1.1164 for stove oil and propane jumped to 76.7 cpl.