I paid $4.07 at a Gulf station in Queens on Sunday, and I’ll admit that I usually pay by credit and debit instead of cash. I know, I know. I can save 10 cents a gallon by paying cash, but the convenience of using a card is a hard habit to break.
It’s no surprise that New Yorkers are paying more per gallon than the national average of $3.90, according to AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report.
While folks in Arkansas are filling up for $3.76 a gallon, people in the Empire State are shelling out an average of $4.14.
Meanwhile, GasBuddy.com reports that motorists in White Plains, for example, are paying as high as $4.39 a gallon for regular gas.
What have you been paying in recent days?
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