Gas in N.J. no longer nation’s cheapest

29 11 2007

Prices at the pump crept up several cents in the past week, meaning gasoline in New Jersey now is the second cheapest in the nation, according to a report by the AAA Fuel Gauge.

At an average of $2.95 per gallon for regular, up three cents from one week ago, gas in the Garden State now is the nation’s second least-costly behind Missouri, where a gallon sells for $2.90.

The average price in the Trenton area is $2.97. NJ.COM

The national average price Wednesday morning stood at $3.10, according to the AAA survey

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2 responses

2 12 2007
Don

I saw a price of over $3.00 in the Princeton area last week. Does this mean gas station owners are using the rising prices to take advantage of NJ residents?

29 12 2009
Edward Lee

In central Alabama, just south of Birmingham, area gasoline prices average just $2.35 a gallon.

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