I was on my way to Atlanta from Charlotte on wednesday for business. I decided to drive to save the Atlanta airport headache.I stopped at the Flying J in Blacksburg,SC on my way there,got gas in my honda accord at $2.93 a gallon the next day I returned home and stopped at the same Flying J and gas was $3.06 a gallon "WHY" :angry: . When I pulled up to pump my gas an RV was getting gas next to me,I struck up a conversation with him and his wife and they were retired.He was telling me that they were going to have to park there RV and put there retirement on hold for a while becouse the fuel costs are so high. He was telling me that he had a conversation at a truck stop a few days before that with a truckdriver who said he cant afford to stay in business anymore becouse of such high fuel costs and that guy told him that alot of truckers are going to sell or even walk away from there trucks . He was telling me that that truckdriver could make more money with less stress by working at a local fast food joint. This looks really scary and theres no light at the end of this long dark tunnel,so how high does it have to get before you park your RV and not drive it?