I'm sure gas prices are dropping all over the country. It's a nice oasis in a sea of economic turmoil.
But I've noticed something odd though here in North Carolina: the price disparity is larger than I have ever seen it before.
At one station near my house, the price of regular unleaded is $2.99 a gallon. Go another quarter mile, and the price at other gas stations is $3.29. Then, further down the block, it is $2.98. And further still, $3.32.
Whaddup with that? Anyone know?