Last week, I drove from the Sebastian/Vero Beach, Fla., area to Charleston back to Columbus.
Gas prices were all over the place.
In Florida, it seemed that as long as you weren't on the Turnpike (the toll road that goes from Wildwood to Miami), gas was about $3.46 a gallon.
In Charleston, on the way out of town on Sunday, I stopped to fill the tank and it was $3.33.
By the time I got to Warner Robins that afternoon, it was $3.24.
When we got back to town, it was about the same as the Florida prices.
If you're ever thinking of leaving Columbus, maybe Warner Robins isn't a bad place to live?