AAA: Gas Prices Expected To Rise Because Of Economic Recovery

gas-prices-photoGas prices in New Jersey are rising and are expected to continue to climb because of an anticipated economic recovery, the AAA Automotive Club told the Courier-Post. The average price of gas in the state Friday was $2.68, more than $1.87 the same day last year, according to the report. The AAA Automotive Club, representing about 2 million N.J. residents, said it expects gasoline costing close to $3 a gallon in the summer because of record trading in the oil sector anticipating a better market, the report said. The national average price of gas on Friday was $2.68, up from $1.87 a year ago. Star Ledger

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  1. New Jersey needs a gas cap at $2.15 like they did in Hawaii, if they’re (the legislature) not going to cap the price on gas then they have no business raising the costs to ride NJ Transit. Either charge us more to drive our cars or charge us more to ride public transportation NOT BOTH.

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