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Gas availability: GA-SC-NC

Friday, Sep 26, as we drove from north Georgia into South Carolina, then North Carolina, we were mainly traveling by way of I-85.

Lack of gas availability was more in evidence than not along the way with the Raleigh area, our destination, somewhat spotty. The shortages in NC are being reported today in the media as worsening, yet I ventured out this morning and saw two gas stations within the city limits that had fuel. I paid $3.99.9 gal for regular which is our preferred grade.

South Carolina along I-85 was very spotty as well – on Friday. This problem changes very quickly from region to region though so if you see a chance to tank up, go for it.

Now this post may not help anyone, but I thought I’d spill the eye-witness beans just in case!

Written by Jude Cowell

September 29, 2008 at 4:30 pm

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