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Fuel costs rise in NJ, round nation amid excessive crude costs

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Fuel costs jumped up once more in New Jersey and throughout the nation, which analysts attribute to continued excessive crude oil costs.

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the common worth of a gallon of normal gasoline in New Jersey on Friday was $3.31, up six cents from per week in the past.

Drivers have been paying a median of $2.24 a gallon a 12 months in the past at the moment. The nationwide common worth for a gallon of normal gasoline was $3.30, up 4 cents from final week.

Drivers have been paying $2.17 a gallon on common a 12 months in the past at the moment.

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