Gas prices jump across NJ

After holding steady for much of the last two weeks of March, pump prices are on the rise again across the Garden State.

According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, gasoline prices at New Jersey gas stations have jumped 12 cents since this time last week.

The state's drivers are now paying an average of $3.52 per gallon. The nationwide average jumped 11 cents to $3.71 per gallon, according to the AAA Mid-Atlantic's Daily Fuel Gauge Report.

AAA Mid-Atlantic says from a recent low of $2.84 on Nov. 29, gas prices are up 87 cents per gallon at self-serve pumps across the nation.

AAA Mid-Atlantic News 12 New Jersey Gas Gauge

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