Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Gas prices are a bright spot in NJ economy -- for now

I found a great site that gives some statistical information about New Jersey gas prices. Personally, I think the only good news out there these days is that New Jersey gas prices are low compared to the rest of the country. Of course, if this state tax being considered in Trenton takes place then the only economic highlight in the Garden State will be gone. But for now the numbers aren't bad, which is going to help the tourist trade in the Bayshore during the summer.

The process vary from area to area in the state. Yesterday, I filled up in Freehold for $2.87 a gallon and, for a change, I spent less than $25 to go from a quarter of a tank to full.

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