Gasoline prices in NJ dip down

July 25, 2008 5:22:11 AM PDT
Motorists in New Jersey should be seeing lower prices at their gasoline stations. AAA-Mid-Atlantic spokesman David Weinstein says the average price for regular is $3.92 a gallon Friday. That's down two cents from Thursday and eight cents from the state record of $4 a gallon that was set on July 8.

The auto club says the state's highest average price is now $3.95 in Bergen and Passaic counties. Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties have the lowest, $3.87.

The prices pale compared to the state's lowest for the year of $2.82 set on Feb. 15.

The average price of gasoline in New York is $4.25 a gallon and $3.99 in Pennsylvania.