I drove up north to a small town in PA called Emlenton. It is the start of the Allegheny River Trail which I highly recommend if you are in the area.
Anyway I noticed that gas prices are a full 20 cents cheaper there than they are here. It is a small with almost no competition yet there is a huge difference in gas prices. Just north of here in Cranberry, prices are supposed to be 30 cents cheaper. At least that area is heavily populated with lots of competition.
Has anyone else seen such huge differences in their area? I understand the whole proximity to fuel depot thing but you would think the lack of competition in a small town would negate a lot of that savings.