Thursday, May 03, 2012

AAA Says There Are Variables Affecting Gas Prices
Itís been reported that you pay more for gas in Washington County than Sullivan County. Triple A says the gas price is set by those who sell it and there are several factors being considered like freight, supplier contracts and the market. They say there can be a difference of as much as 17 cents between what stations pay and sell depending on their overhead. Nationally the price of gas has declined steadily over the past several weeks. In Tennessee prices are nearly 10 cents lower than this time last year. Typically the price goes up in the spring and starts falling throughout the summer with prices declining as we approach the Fourth of July. But with gasoline anything can happen. (bg)

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  • Utility Puts Condition on Participation in Bristol "Brand" Study
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