Where to find gas in Gwinnett on your afternoon commute

Ready to go home but still looking for gas, Gwinnett?

We've got you covered.

The Colonial Pipeline spill over in Alabama has pinched gasoline supplies around Atlanta and the entire Southeast, leaving some local filling stations high and dry. With that in mind, find below a roundup of select stations around Gwinnett County that, as of Tuesday afternoon, users on gas-tracking website GasBuddy.com reported as having regular unleaded for sale at a (comparatively) reasonable price.

The list includes only reports made after about 3 p.m. Tuesday, but drivers should keep a few things in mind: The list is far from exhaustive, the situation is very fluid and the prices listed on GasBuddy.com are unofficial.

And hey, if you get in a real bad situation, there's always gas in Alabama — but not sure how you'd get there.

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BUFORD

Kroger, 3330 Hamilton Mill Road (near Ridge Road)

Costco, 1550 Mall of Georgia Blvd. (near Mall of Georgia)

Murphy USA, 3255 Sardis Church Road (near Hamilton Mill Road)

DULUTH

Costco, 3980 Venture Drive (near West Lidell Road)

Valero, 1932 Pleasant Hill Road (near I-85)

Valero, 1670 Pleasant Hill Road (near Koger Boulevard)

LAWRENCEVILLE

Citgo, 854 Buford Drive (near Cripple Creek Drive)

RaceTrac, 3405 Sugarloaf Parkway (near Kendall Park Drive)

Murphy USA, 1410 Lawrenceville Highway (near Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road)

LILBURN

Kroger, 4155 Lawrenceville Highway (near Beaver Ruin Road)

Murphy USA, 3950 Lawrenceville Highway (near Lester Road)

Shell, 3020 Five Forks Trickum Road (neaer Oak Road)

NORCROSS

QuikTrip, 5255 Peachtree Parkway (near Peachtree Corners Circle)

Chevron, 6780 Dawson Blvd. (near Chase Lane)

QuikTrip, 1515 Beaver Ruin Road (near Steve Reynolds Boulevard)

SUWANEE

Murphy USA, 17 Satellite Blvd. (near Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road)

Exxon, 3034 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road (near Sawmill Drive)

RaceWay, 3195 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road (near Satellite Boulevard)

-Map construction by Courtney Martinez

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