NJ gas hits $4 a gallon

July 8, 2008 5:50:17 AM PDT
AAA-New Jersey is confirming what most motorists already know: For the first time, gasoline across the state is selling for more than $4 per gallon. AAA announced Tuesday that the Garden State had reached the milestone overnight.

Gas prices in New Jersey are still lower than in many other places in the country.

The national average is $4.11. Averages across the country range from $3.91 in Missouri to $4.63 in Alaska.

In New Jersey, average prices were the highest in the Trenton area, at $4.03 per gallon, and in Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties, at $4 per gallon.


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Links to Information and Resources:

For The Best Prices Locally:

  • www.newyorkgasprices.com
  • www.newjerseygasprices.com
  • www.connecticutgasprices.com

    For The Best Prices Nationwide:

  • www.fuelgaugereport.com
  • www.fuelcostcalculator.com
  • www.gaspricewatch.com
  • www.gasbuddy.com

    Westchester Department of Consumer Protection:

  • Survey of Gasoline Prices

    Government Accountability Office:

  • Guide to Understanding Retail Gas Prices (PDF)