New York’s average price of gas hit an all-time high Thursday, with prices topping $5 a gallon.
With gas prices soaring, the New York State Division of Consumer Protection (DCP) recommends these tips to help New Yorkers save money at the pump:
As school lets out for the summer, avoid filling up right before a holiday or weekend when gas prices tend to be higher.
Gaby Acevedo reports on New York’s latest gas prices and about President Biden’s plans to control rates.
Cut back on needless driving. Make a list of errands and try to have them all in similar locations.
Every octane has a different price.
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