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Convenience, dollar and drug stores are leading the way in store openings.
Thirteen states introduced taxes, propelling the national average to $2.75 per gallon.
More than half of operators cite keeping up with technology and the pace of change as a challenge.
Warm weather, low gas prices likely to contribute to a boost over the three-month period.
The rankings are based on foot traffic in April, plus sales and store count data.
The $2.66 national average is 18 cents less than a month and a year ago.
Consumers' hunger for snacks alongside legal cannabis consumption can present an opportunity for cross-selling.
A total of 41.4 million drivers will hit the road — the most on record since 2000.
The per-gallon price that Americans consider too expensive jumps 30 cents from 2018.
Purchase frequency and dollar spend are on the rise, according to a new study from GasBuddy.
The product was ordered on average 14.7 times a year vs. 8.7 times a year for chicken sandwiches.
An increase in sales just outside the city's borders resulted in a 38-percent net drop.