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DLCA Announces Weekly Gas Price Survey Results for July 27

Government of the Virgin Islands

The V.I. Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs (DLCA) announces gas prices that are monitored weekly.

“DLCA has launched various forms of communication to highlight our market research and provide public information campaigns that protect consumers and support responsible businesses. Gas consumers are encouraged to patronize gas establishments that provide the best costs in gas and improved services that aid in roadway safety,” said Commissioner Carrington.

These are the results from DLCA’s Thursday territorial gas survey. Consumers can compare prices week to week by visiting the DLCA Facebook page.

For more information on studies and surveys, listen to the Careful Consumer on WSTX 970AM, 10 a.m. on Wednesdays.

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St. Croix-FULL SERVICE

BEST PRICE IN REGULAR La Reine Service Station Inc. — $3.099

BEST PRICE IN PREMIUM La Reine Service Station Inc. — $3.199

St. Croix-SELF SERVICE

BEST PRICE IN REGULAR    La Reine Service Station — $2.559

BEST PRICE IN PREMIUM    Superior Service Station — $2.749

BEST PRICE IN DIESEL         Karim Service Station — $2.599

St. Thomas-FULL SERVICE

BEST PRICE IN REGULAR    Boyne’s Trucking — $2.959

BEST PRICE IN PREMIUM    Boyne’s Trucking — $3.199

St. Thomas-SELF SERVICE

BEST PRICE IN REGULAR    One Stop — $3.149

                                                Race Track — $3.149

 BEST PRICE IN PREMIUM    One Stop — $3.749

Race Track — $3.749

BEST PRICE IN BLENDED    Petrus Gas — $3.599

BEST PRICE IN DIESEL         Boyne’s Trucking — $3.299

The public’s concerns are being monitored and shared with appropriate agencies that collaborate with DLCA to ensure consumer rights are protected. Consumers have the right to use all legal means of publicity available to report instances of excessively priced goods and services. The public may continue to send pictures and make reports directly to the Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs.

The commissioner informs the public that the department will also utilize DLCA-Careful Consumer Facebook page to review reports and photos that can be posted for direct access by the department’s inspectors and enforcement officers.

For any other information or to make a report, consumers may still visit DLCA offices or call 714-3522 on St. Thomas or call 713-3522 on St. Croix.

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