Gas Prices Holding Steady So Far
The expected jump in the price at the pump hasn’t happened… yet.
New Jersey’s average price for a gallon of regular gasoline actually dropped a penny this week to end at $3.23. That’s in line with the national average, which also dropped a penny to end at $3.27.
The Trenton area reported the highest price at $3.31, while Cape May and Burlington Counties set the low-end price at $3.19. New Jersey’s average price one year ago was $3.55, compared to a national average of $3.56.
AAA expects the price of gas to rise throughout February due to increased demand and scheduled refinery maintenance.
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