What is the price of gasoline in New Jersey?
Gasoline prices in New York are now down to a record low, according to the New York State Gas and Electric Commission.
New York state is seeing an unprecedented spike in gasoline use.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has called for a statewide blackout of all gasoline sales, a measure that would be met with protests from the fuel’s most vocal advocates.
The gas industry is also blaming President Donald Trump for the price slump.
Trump has repeatedly threatened to impose price hikes on gasoline supplies and has suggested that he would do so at any time.
In New York, consumers can buy up to 6.5 gallons of gasoline per day, which is more than the national average of 4.4 gallons per day.
In New Jersey, the average price of a gallon of gasoline is $3.80.
According to the agency, consumers have been forced to use up to 9.3 gallons per gallon for fuel purchases in New Brunswick, which accounts for about 40 percent of the state’s fuel supply.
The state is expected to see an increase in demand for gasoline in the next two months, with the average fuel demand forecast to jump from an average of 7,000 gallons per month to 12,000 by the end of April.
The new data comes after President Donald J. Trump declared a national gas blackout last month, saying that the administration was going to impose a fuel price increase.
“We’re going to get that price up.
We’re going get it down,” Trump said.
“It’s going to be a very tough week for gasoline prices.”
The price of gas in New Mexico has also dropped below the national averages in recent weeks, with a wholesale price of $3 per gallon.