Six gas stations in North Carolina will pay thousands of dollars back to drivers who paid inflated prices on gasoline in September. That's when Hurricane Ike hit Texas, damaging some oil refineries and pipelines that ship gas to our state.
I'm curious how these rebates will work. I assume people will have to produce a receipt that they bought gas at the six stations during the time the prices were inflated. Hopefully drivers have those receipts, if they are necessary.
Do you think repaying the drivers who overpaid originially is the best way to solve the issue?