The new year begins with a years-old tradition. Gasoline prices on St. John are still the highest among the three islands.
According to the most recent VI Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs survey of service station prices, St. John motorists in early January paid seven percent more for a gallon of self-service regular, $3.16, at E&C in Cruz Bay than St. Thomas drivers who gassed up at the cheapest station there, One Stop Race and Track. On St. Croix, home of the Hovensa oil refinery, a gallon of regular at Royal Service Station went for $2.53.
- The St. John Source has the full story at http://stjohnsource.com/content/news/local-news/2010/01/13/gas-prices-anything-equal-territorys-three-islands