Suffolk lawmakers to vote on gas price displays

Most of the time the cash only prices

Most of the time the cash only prices are displayed.

Officials say Suffolk residents who pay for gas with a credit card may soon be able to see the real price posted from the road.

On Tuesday, lawmakers are expected to vote on a plan to require gas stations to post both cash and credit prices if there is more than a 5 percent difference.

Most of the time only the cash prices are displayed. ...

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