Do New Jersey Gas Stations Legally Have To Post Their Prices?
I am going to start this article by making a promise: I will only talk about gas prices if I think it is absolutely necessary.
This piece of information is absolutely necessary...I promise you....
I write this after seeing a friend of mine who drove from South Carolina to New Jersey over the weekend. (With the cost of gas? Ouch)
On his trip up North, he had a run in with an out-of-state gas station.
Long story short, they pulled some shady stuff when it was time for him to pay because their prices were not posted.
So it got me wondering, do New Jersey gas stations legally have to post their prices? And what other rules and regulations come along with it?
Thank you to Donald Defelice of Circle Hyundai in Shrewsbury who helped me with the research for this piece.
You need to know something? Ask Donald because this man knows absolutely everything.
Let's take a look:
Do New Jersey Gas Stations Legally Have To Post Their Prices
So long story short, if you come across a gas station who does not have their prices publicly posted, REPORT IT because it is illegal.
I remember when I thought that $20.00 for a tank of gas was expensive...joke is on me, right?
If I missed anything regarding New Jersey gas stations and the rules they must follow that you think should be included, email me at Nicole.Murray@townsquaremedia.com.
Otherwise, safe driving and remember to fill up on Monday's because prices will usually be at least a few cents cheaper.
After you fill up on gas, what do you say we go fill up on carbs?
They are good for your soul after all.
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