A gasoline boycott has been organized on the social media site Facebook for April 15. The gas-out is in protest of high gas prices. If nothing else, it could mean the lines at the pump will be shorter Friday.
"We're out here working everyday and we're struggling and on top of that we have to pay these high prices for gas,"one driver said.
Anger over gas prices is bubbling over not just in Central Indiana but all across the country. Drivers have already changed the way they live based on what they pay at the pump.
"It determines whether I travel on the weekends to visit friends and family,” another driver said.
Now, more than one million drivers will make a change to make a point. They've joined a movement on Facebook and vowed to boycott buying gasoline for one day. The idea is to hit back at the oil companies for gouging consumers with $4 a gallon gas.
"We as people we let them get away with it so long and as the years went by they went up and up and we're going to have to some something about it," one protester said.
Not all drivers are convinced the boycott will work, though. They said they remain discouraged as prices just seem to go higher and higher.
"We've done it before but it's almost $4 again, so I don't think it will have an effect," one driver said.
No matter what they think of the boycott, all drivers agree on one thing: they're all feeling the pinch at the pump.
"It hurts the working people every day."
According to the group, a similar boycott was organized back in 1997. They said gas fell 30-cents the day after the boycott.