Millions of drivers in the state of New York could soon see a rebate check worth $250 to help offset the rising gas prices plaguing the country.
At the moment, New York sees an average price per gallon of $4.32.
The national average sits at $4.22.
Lawmakers are now working to give residents a rebate check worth $250 as prices only continue to rise.
A gas tax suspension was discussed as an option as well.
If approved, that would last from May through Dec. of 2022.
Other states are helping residents save on gas prices as well
California is currently looking to provide residents with $400 direct payments for each registered vehicle they own.
The limit would be two vehicles per resident.
In addition to the $400 payment, the state is looking into 3 free months of public transit.
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