Oregon gas stations don't have to display their prices on reader boards

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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