Chapman works in the transportation business, transporting materials and goods across the country, and he feels the burden of the gas prices in his pockets.
"The price affects everybody. No matter if you acknowledge it or not," he says.
Chapman's business is not the only one being affected by the high gas prices.
"We depend on volunteers to deliver those meals and they donate their time, their car, and their gas," says Betty Bradley, the executive director at Meals On Wheels.
Chapman volunteers for Meals on Wheels in his spare time and is one of the few still volunteering on a regular basis; many have had to cut back on how often they deliver.
Bradley says, "It's hurting our volunteer force and then it's hurting our budget too because we have staff members that deliver meals when we don't have volunteers available."
Even though the price at the pump can be discouraging, some drivers are willing to do what it takes to continue to volunteer.
"In the end I will probably have to get another source of income in order to help provide for this," says another volunteer, Julia Holub.
They will not let anything get in the way of doing the right thing.
"Not at all, not at all. If the good Lord wants me to do it, that's what I'm gonna do. No matter what the cost is. He will provide," says Chapman.