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Where to Get Gas – Tell Your Neighbors

High demand and lack of electricity is creating lines and hours-long backups.

Lines have stretched for blocks and lasted hours before some residents have been able to get gas. 

If they even found a place to fill up.

From vehicle fill-ups to the need to keep the generators running, gasoline is at a premium as a post-Hurricane Sandy New Jersey continues to wait for electricity to return. 

So, we're asking you, the faithful Patch readers, to tell your neighbors where gas is available, for how much, and what the wait time was when you were there.

Add those details to our comments section, and thanks for helping out!

Dennis Garland October 31, 2012 at 09:15 PM
funny how gas prices at two local Ledgewood gas stations are open and selling gas but at prices 40 cents more than before the storm!
Tammy Huelsenbeck October 31, 2012 at 09:28 PM
Costco in Wharton had gas as of about 4:30 on 10/31/12.
Joanne madalena November 01, 2012 at 03:08 AM
We drove up towards PA for gas. No lines. Lol


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