Exxon Station In D.C. Charging $5.39 For A Gallon Of Regular Gas | People
It's been a while since we've added a chapter to the ongoing saga that is gas prices at the Watergate Exxon station.
Back in May 2011, I reported that the regular gas was up to $5.10 per gallon which caused even more outcry than the report a few weeks earlier that the cost of a regular gallon had reached $5 at the station.
Now here we are in March of 2012 and the Exxon, located at 2708 Virginia Avenue in Northwest, is back in our headlines.
Because a gallon of regular gas is now $5.39...and that's just absurd.
Here's something I never thought I'd write: $5 footlongs from Subway before tax are less expensive than this gallon of regular gas.
As we always do in our series of stories about the ridiculous prices at the Watergate Exxon, we want to know how high you think prices will get before decreasing at the station.
Sound off in our comments section below.
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