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Victoria Fox filling up the first of three family vehicles at a service centre at Lawrence Ave East and Leslie St. on May 9, 2011. Motorists line up for gas in anticipation of an expected 6 cents per litre gas hike at midnight making the price of fuel the highest it's ever been in the GTA. Some stations ran out of gas and had to shut off their pumps sending motorists looking for a fuel up elsewhere.

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The rising cost of gas has motorists fuming, especially in Southern Ontario, where prices averaged $1.39 a litre Wednesday, and Montreal, where prices were closer to $1.47. A Huron County driver even reported spotting a station selling gas for $1.68.

The Globe and Mail wants to know how you plan to cope if gas prices continue to rise as predicted. Are you worried about the hit to your wallet? If so, will you cut your spending in other areas to compensate?

Please fill out the form below to take our survey and send us your comments.

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