Gas prices back on the rise has New Yorkers unfazed

AAA suggests to save the gas in your tank that you drive the speed limit, avoid hard accelerations, and remove bulky unnecessary things from your car.

Dan Serafin and

News 12 Staff

Apr 17, 2024, 12:28 AM

Updated 43 days ago

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The cost to fuel your car is once again on the rise, and experts say this rise is coming at the same time it did last year.
According to AAA, the annual switch to more costly summer gasolines has driven up the price, with the average cost per gallon in New York City coming out to $3.55, a 12-cent jump from last month.
“I don't know the reason why it keeps going up, sometimes when we have storms coming in and different situations there's a reason for the price to go up,” said one resident. When asked if the jump in price will change his plans, he said “it will affect my pocket, but not my summer!”
AAA suggests to save the gas in your tank that you drive the speed limit, avoid hard accelerations, and remove bulky unnecessary things from your car.


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