Gas prices continue to drop as summer travel season heats up
Since topping out at nearly $3.91 per gallon during the first week of April, North Carolina's average price of gas has steadily fallen, matching a one-year low - and in Burlington nearly a full dollar cheaper than three months early.
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#1 Jun 29, 2012
Hell if people would stop buying that high priced shit you'd see it come down. When I got my driving license at 16 years old, gas was 30 cents a gallon, you'd go to the pump & get little over 3 gallons for a dollar. That was in 1975.
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