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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by grasswhacker, Apr 11, 2005.
Price went down a nickle here today.
Probably go up a quarter tomorrow.
Huh where? Paid 2.12. here in the lakes region of N.H.
I saw 2.02 here today.
Too bad everything was filled up!
In December of 1991, I graduated from FSU, located in Tallahassee, FL, and moved to Atlanta, a distance of what, 300 miles? Difference in the price of a gallon of gas? About 20 cents.
Why? Click on the link below. If you're near one of those spurs (or something similar in another part of the country), gas is cheap. If you're not, gas is expensive.
what about adding a 3% fuel surcharge to all acounts to make up for the high prices?
we are adding 8 - 10 %
87 dropped from $2.45 to $2.13 in one day last last week around here......my 5% surcharge is covering the cost..........
We add a fuel fee to each monthly statement. It is not a lot for each customer, but collectively it adds up. Here is a link that has been helpful to me.
Oil down almost 2.00 per bbl
Gas prices in our part of California have been over two dollar for six to eight months, at the present time they are $279.9 for reg