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Gasbuddy.com is a great way to find cheap gas

Gasbuddy.com is a great way to find cheap gas
BY PAM LOBLEY
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
NOW THAT’S FUNNY

As gas prices soar, we drivers are always looking for ways to save money on filling up. Now there is a website to help: Gasbuddy.com.

Websites that help you compare prices are nothing new. I’ve used hotels.com, priceline.com, and broadwaybox.com. I’ve also spent time wildly clicking back and forth between Amazon, Target and Toys "R" Us to get the best prices on toys at Christmas.

Gasbuddy lets you enter your zip code and quickly find the cheapest gas near you. I was able to find $3.26 at a BP station just one town away. The question remains, would I go out of my way to get that price, or would I stay closer to home and pay almost 40 cents more a gallon?

 

N.J. Consumer Affairs issues consumer Top 10 complaints list

N.J. Consumer Affairs issues consumer Top 10 complaints list

Motor vehicles and home improvements ripoffs top the list

The state Division of Consumer Affairs received nearly 14,000 complaints from consumers last year, and the high-cost categories of motor vehicl...

N.J. Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee proposes two laws to protect motorists

N.J. Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee proposes two laws to protect motorists
BY TOM HESTER SR.
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The Assembly Consumer Affairs Committee Monday approved two proposals designed to protect motorists when it comes to buying gas and auto repair shop storage.

One m...

Unregistered home improvement contractors face action from N.J. Consumer Affairs

Unregistered home improvement contractors face action from N.J. Consumer Affairs

Investigators act in Essex, Gloucester, Morris and Warren counties

With spring, the peak season for home improvement jobs approaching, the state Division of Consumer Affairs has launched a proactive ef...

A horrible way to invest $1 million

A horrible way to invest $1 million
BY WARREN BOROSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
BOROSON ON MONEY

A woman in her 30s, with two young boys, lost her husband on 9/11. She received $1 million in life insurance proceeds, and – not knowing any bette...

N.J. gas prices rising with Middle East unrest

N.J. gas prices rising with Middle East unrest
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The price of regular gasoline rose 17 cents to $3.259 a gallon, with premium up to $3.489, at the Sunocos that operate on the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State P...

Mega Millions winning numbers hit $105 million

Mega Millions winning numbers hit $105 million
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The jackpot is back over three figures for tonight’s multi-state Mega millions lottery.

Tonight’s prize is $105 million, with a cash option for $66.1 million.

The last ja...

Washington’s small business policy needs clear direction

Washington’s small business policy needs clear direction
BY ROHIT ARORA
COMMENTARY

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner recently announced a conference on March 22 that will focus on finding ways to "expand access to capital" for small business owners. The Tr...

Martin Gendel of Montville sentenced for false home loan scheme

Martin Gendel of Montville sentenced for false  home loan scheme

Son, Seth Gendel gets probation for his role in thefts

A Morris County man and his son were sentenced Friday for stealing approximately $4.5 million from mortgage lenders by providing false information...

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