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May 6, 2013 8:58 AM

Letter | Gas prices shouldn’t jump once you get to Grand Strand

It was so frustrating last week when I filled my car in Columbia and paid $3.12 per gallon for gas. Driving home to North Myrtle Beach, I noted gasoline ranged from $3.12 to $3.15 per gallon. Suddenly as I approached the beach, the prices quickly jumped from $3.37 to $3.39 per gallon. The cost of gas to the merchant is about the same for Conway and inland areas as along the Grand Strand.

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