" LEXINGTON (CBS) – With skyrocketing gas prices, state inspectors are stepping up their efforts to make sure drivers aren’t getting ripped off.
WBZ caught up with inspector Martin McHardy as he went out on one of his checks. He looks to make sure signs are clear and accurate, customers aren’t being taken advantage of and to make sure drivers are getting exactly what they pay for.
So far he says, there have been no major problems with gouging in the state "
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