The combination of the removal of the 4% + 7.5 cent gas tax and the ability to shed the ridiculous gas standards that were imposed on gasoline in the Atlanta metro area, should spell relief for the drivers in Georgia. This measure will last through the month of September. Now if we can keep improving the colonial pipeline transit rate, the gasoline issue in the state of Georgia will subside. It will be interesting watching removal of governmental regulation and taxes to see how the market reacts.
Maybe the federal government will get out of the fuel taxing business and help the American consumer. However, I doubt that will occur.