Since last year, we’ve been telling you about Connecticut St. Sen. Len Suzio’s calls to lower the gas tax there. Now something is being done about it.
It was about one year ago, when gas prices were a lot lower than they are now, that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder appointed a task force to look into possible fraud behind rising gas prices. But Sen. Blumenthal says he hasn’t heard anything from the task force.
With gas prices on the rise, you definitely want to know what you’re paying.
You know what they say about things that are too good to be true. Driving along Jericho Turnpike in Smithtown last week, a Mobil gas station was spotted with a sign for $3.88 a gallon, a good ten cents cheaper than all the other stations around.
With gas prices rising and consumers looking to save on transportation costs, CBS 2′s Asa Aarons has some ways that you can avoid feeling th pain at the pump.
Motorists continue to see higher prices at the pumps in New Jersey. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of regular gasoline in New Jersey on Friday was $3.62, up a penny from last week.
The rising price of gas has many drivers looking for any way to save. CBS 2′s consumer reporter Asa Aarons found several programs that can help save as much as $2 per gallon.
Do you believe the U.S. is an oil importing or an oil exporting nation? Across from a gas station in Hoboken on Friday, Menendez provided the answer.
Two New York lawmakers are pushing for protection for customers from efforts to price gouge at area gas stations.
In New York and Connecticut, gas is $3.99 a gallon, with higher prices in New York City where the average is now $4.05. On Long Island, gas is selling at $4.02 a gallon.
This morning, gas prices were raised to $3.60 a gallon at stations along the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Turnpike.
Authorities pulled over tanker trucks just off the Long Island Expressway that they suspected were transporting under taxed fuel onto Long Island.
The sign at the Gulf station on Northern Boulevard in Great Neck really does say a gallon of regular will cost you $4.99.9. Unless you have a spare one-tenth of a penny lying around, for all intents and purposes, that’s a $5 gallon of gasoline — $5.09 if you use a credit card.
If you think the reason for skyrocketing gas prices is because of a global shortage of oil or tensions in the Middle East, you may be wrong.
The national average for a gallon of gas shot up again Thursday to $3.61. So far, that’s a 33 cent spike since the first of the year and it’s 42 cents more than you were paying this time last year.