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Gas prices drive many stations out of business

Credit card fees add to burden, owners say

A window at Sutton Street Service in North Andover showed the reflection of owner Chip McAllister (left) and a customer. The writing on the window says the station no longer sells gas. A window at Sutton Street Service in North Andover showed the reflection of owner Chip McAllister (left) and a customer. The writing on the window says the station no longer sells gas. (Lisa Poole for the Boston Globe)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / June 19, 2008

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Add to amateur stock car racers, pleasure boaters, taxi drivers, and workaday commuters a new group suffering from high gas prices: those selling the stuff at more than $4 a gallon. (Full article: 894 words)

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