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Sorry, New Jersey — Your Wonderfully Low Gas Prices are Going Up

After enjoying zero add-ons to their state gas tax since 1988, New Jersey residents are about to get a shock at the pumps. The Garden State will raise its gas tax by 23 cents a gallon as early as next week in order to fund state infrastructure projects, the New York Times reports. The move […] The post Sorry, New Jersey — Your Wonderfully Low Gas Prices are Going Up appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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