This morning I saw regular unleaded at one station $1.899 and diesel at $2.299. Both in Lewisburg, KY a small town that has a bank, elementary/middle school, convenience store, a couple restaurants, a small used car lot, a couple churches and small family owned grocery store. They are normally $ .20-$ .30 a gallon higher than larger surrounding towns. It seems this time it's the larger towns that are gouging people. Walmart is usually the cheapest around. Lately Walmart has been as much as $ .10 a gallon higher than the convenience store in Lewisburg. I was just by a truck stop about a mile from my house awhile ago and their diesel price was $2.449. If you wanted the un-taxed off road variety it was $2.499. No tax and $ .05 a gallon higher. Off road is usually about $ .30 a gallon less so there's no doubt they are gouging people that are stupid enough to buy off road. I use diesel to heat my home but, I'll buy the taxed variety as long as the prices remain like this. It will save me money and help with road improvement.