Legislator Jay Schneiderman proposes bill designed to protect credit card users at gas stations

Typically, the difference between cash purchases and credit

Typically, the difference between cash purchases and credit is about 10 cents per gallon. However, there are some stations that charge almost a dollar more per gallon to use plastic at the pump. (March 25, 2014 6:42 PM)

A new bill in Suffolk could make it easier for Long Island residents to see exactly how much a gallon of gas will cost if customers choose to use a credit card for their purchase.

Typically, the difference between cash purchases and credit is about 10 cents per gallon. However, there are some stations that charge almost a dollar more per gallon to use plastic at the pump.

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