• The cost of the fuel for the gas station. The still have to make a profit. Also the state taxes that are usually included in the cost of the fuel.
  • Supply and demand, my friend (what a crudely simple answer). If supply goes down in a region, the price goes up. If demand goes up, the price goes up. Unfortunately, gas is expensive to transport, so you can't get lower prices through arbitration (you can't buy it cheap somewhere else and transport it).
  • probably the gas station

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