Unlike some states where gas prices must be clearly visible to passing drivers, Oregon only requires prices posted on the pump.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Jill McMahon needed gas. Her car was running low on fuel, so the Tigard woman pulled off at the Woodburn exit.
The Chevron station nearest Interstate 5 had a tanker blocking customers, so McMahon drove down the street to the ARCO AM/PM station.
The ARCO gas station had a large, blue banner reading “OPEN 24 HOURS” covering its outdoor price display.
“I specifically drove around to look for their reader board but it was covered up,” explained McMahon.
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