Brattleboro gasoline: market pricing or price gouging?

BRATTLEBORO — Another local news outlet notified us that gasoline prices in Vermont have dropped below $4 a gallon.

I guess that either Brattleboro seceded from Vermont, or we were invaded and surrendered to New Hampshire. As of April 21, pump prices in Brattleboro remained above $4 a gallon except for one station on Canal Street.

Is this a matter of market pricing or price gouging?

I travel around the region and the state of Vermont and find that virtually everywhere in the state gas prices are lower. From the small town of Mount Holly, to Springfield, to Bradford, Newport, and Montpelier, you will find lower prices.

Sorry, dealers - I can't buy the argument on the cost of transportation!

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