Motorists fuel up at the Speedway convenience store on U.S. 70 in Garner in this file photo from September 2016. After spiking in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, gas prices in North Carolina have begun to fall but remain more than 35 cents per gallon higher on average than before the storm.
Motorists fuel up at the Speedway convenience store on U.S. 70 in Garner in this file photo from September 2016. After spiking in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, gas prices in North Carolina have begun to fall but remain more than 35 cents per gallon higher on average than before the storm. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Motorists fuel up at the Speedway convenience store on U.S. 70 in Garner in this file photo from September 2016. After spiking in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, gas prices in North Carolina have begun to fall but remain more than 35 cents per gallon higher on average than before the storm. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

Gas is getting cheaper in NC, but we’re not seeing big drops. Here’s why.

September 20, 2017 01:22 PM

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