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On Monday, average gas prices in Massachusetts hit $2.87 per gallon of unleaded, according to AAA, as prices continue rising ahead of Memorial Day and the summer season. A year ago at this time, the average price in Massachusetts was 59 cents lower at $2.28.
As gasoline prices near $3 per gallon, do you have to adjust your operations?
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05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
Probably will be added by some of our suppliers and to fuel surcharge by trucking companies.

05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
The increase of gas prices is simply a "supply & demand"

05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
We believe that current policies with regard to international business relations are hurting our business.

05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
Buy an electric car and you don't have to worry about it. Our hybrid gets 44 miles per gallon. I fill it up once a month.

05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
Yes, have to rearrange my work schedule to be more cost effective with distance.

05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
We must address two fundamental drivers of price increases: the oligopoly that is the energy companies, and the government that allows monopolistic practices and then taxes it all to add to the problem.

05/23/18 AT 09:02 AM
Interesting how the prices go up just as summer is coming about in the cold portion of the U.S. AND... the holidays coming! Hmmmmm... what do you think?
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