Aimed at Stations Charging Credit Prices Higher Than Cash
HAUPPPAUGE — Officials across Long Island are warning drivers to be wary of gas stations that have differences between cash and credit card prices. Sen. Lee Zeldin (R- Shirley) announced new legislation Tuesday that would require gas stations charging more than a seven percent difference between cash and credit to display the higher prices on the signs visible from the road. Zeldin said gas stations that do not comply will face tough penalties.
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