Prices at the pump are moving lower, but face upward pressure due to increased oil prices. According to AAA, the Auto Club Group, Crude oil reached 11-month highs last week and that could lead to higher gasoline prices. Although last week’s shift in oil prices was not dramatic and wholesale prices are lower than a week ago, so it’s possible pump prices could get cheaper. The average price in Tennessee declined for its fourth consecutive day on Sunday, declining one and a half cents during that time. The average price for gasoline is $2.19 in Tennessee and in Coffee County the low price for a gallon of gas was $2.09 in Tullahoma and $2.11 in Manchester.