Not around here they don't. Fuel surcharges have become a standard in over the road freight, it goes up and down with the price of fuel.pappybear said:Yep, same here. Diesel was $3.89 and is now $4.49. The tax on diesel only went up 13 cents, and gas 9.5 cents. I can buy gas for $3.38 a gallon. I don't ever remember a dollar a gallon or more difference. Even in the days when diesel was cheaper than gas.
I heard the same thing about the motor freight industry having their own deals with the suppliers, the natural gas industry must have the same deal.
I doubt that. Most places in Bradford County run right with the price at the Dandy Mini Marts, doubt anyone is that much cheaper than them. Even when the new Sheetz shows up in Wysox this Summer, I will bet they run a price war for a few months to get people through the door, then settle in at same price as Dandys, no need to sell cheaper.pappybear said:Yeah I suppose they can keep creating shortages because no one holds them accountable. Politicians are too busy fleecing us with their Green Agenda.
I was checking area prices and it looks like Sayre was still below $4.00 a gallon. Is that possible?
HA! I have been saying that for years. When gas was 2.80/gal they were calling for Bush's head and saying he was in bed with big oil. Now that "the savior" is in office.....not a peep! It surly falls under the heading of "that's different"!!!pappybear said:Where are all the outraged people who were blaming the increases on Bush and Cheney?