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CINNAMINSON, N.J. -- Drivers looking for the best deal on gas may receive an assist in the form of displays noting when gas stations charge different prices for cash and credit purchases, according to Fox 29.
Lawmakers are expected to take up a bill today that would require station owners to post signs alerting drivers to the different prices, according to the report. This would help drivers find the cheapest gas around based on how they plan to pay.
Last month, a CNN Money study found that American households spent an average of $368 and nearly 9 percent of their total income on gasoline in April.