The Associated Press reports that gasoline prices are expected to stay relatively low this summer:

The Energy Information Administration on Tuesday projected regular-grade gasoline to average $2.23 a gallon during the April-through-September driving season. The monthly average is likely to peak at $2.30 a gallon. That’s still a bargain compared to last summer, when gasoline cost an average of $3.81 a gallon and soared for a time past $4.

If gas consistently costs at least $1.50 less than it did last summer, I won’t complain too loudly about prices at the pump.