Gasoline expires at the pump on August 31.
But what you need to know is that the last of the gas canisters is the last one that you can refill.
Gasoline will also be unavailable at gas stations throughout the U.S. as of Sunday.
The first of the new-generation model years will be rolled out on Sept. 15.
As a result, it will take a lot longer for the new cars to reach their destination.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization has said it will begin distributing gasoline canisters to all U.s. households by Sept. 18, with the goal of reaching 1 billion people.
A few weeks ago, the U-T San Diego reported that the average car is about 1,500 miles (2,200 kilometers) from the point of purchase.
With the current prices, it would take an average gas station 30 minutes to refill a gas canister.
In the meantime, those who do not own a vehicle may still want to think about getting one.