Suadis also learned their lesson the last time prices tanked. They cut
production to try and keep price up and lost market share to those who
didn't and ended up losing twice (once on lower prices and once on lower
market share). It took 'em awhile to get their share back and they don't
want to make that mistake again.
?Statistics are like bikinis. What they reveal is suggestive,
but what they conceal is vital.?
I used to use the MSN for local gas prices on the PC. A great site,
however, they've not eliminated it. I've used Gas Buddy on the Android
phone, but don't really like the way it works. But, Gas Buddy on the PC
that something that's almost as good as the MSN thing at:
You can zoom in really close and it give individual station prices. You
can also put in your zip code and get stations really close to home ...
save the link and you can always easily return. Yesterday, I took my son
the the Greenville-Spartanville airport and saw gas as low as 2.45 in SC.
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