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Gas Stations Not Always Competing to Give Best Price

There are 2 comments on the Nashville story from Dec 3, 2008, titled Gas Stations Not Always Competing to Give Best Price. In it, Nashville reports that:

Everywhere you drive, you see competing signs for the Shells, Exxons, and BPs -- gas stations of all kinds.

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Madison, TN

#1 Dec 9, 2008
I'm sick and tired of hearing all of this talk about gas and politics.

United States

#2 Dec 20, 2008
If your checking out gas stations and how they are price gouging then you should take a look at the exxon on west main street in Lebanon. when the gas prices went sky high, theirs went even higher. I saw gas prices there at over $5.30 a gallon! that is insane. I would like to know what company is running thier pumps!

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