Gas Price Variation Caused by Population Density?

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An interesting map showing gas prices by county across the USA. Will there soon be a mass migration of BITOG-ers to Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming? [Wink]
 
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As it happens I was in several counties in Western Idaho on business on the date listed at the top of that linked website. Their data is WAAYY off.
 
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Do I see a correlation between lower prices and proximity to some national parks?
 
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Eventually the oil companies will price themselves out of business, and we will all be running clean alcohol based fuels. This is the reason why I love high gasoline prices.
 
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For the FIRST TIME in my half a century of living, well, except for a short period in the 70's, I've heard NUMEROUS people state that they were selling their gas-hogs, planning on doing a much better job of combining errands into fewer trips, planning on buying their NEXT vehicle based mainly upon fuel efficiency, etc. Those are some of the reasons why I love high gasoline prices.
 

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quote:
Originally posted by GoldenRod: Eventually the oil companies will price themselves out of business
Don't hold your breath.
 
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