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USA-ECONOMY/TAXIS-GASOLINE
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July 04, 2008
A New York City cab driver fills his taxi up with gas at a Hess station in New York July 2, 2008. Nationwide,...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York City cab driver fills his taxi up with gas at Hess station in New York
A New York City cab driver fills his taxi up with gas at a Hess station in New York July 2, 2008. Nationwide, gasoline around $4 per gallon will cost taxi drivers 38 percent more per year -- $3,825 -- than it did in two years ago, according to the Taxi Limousine & Paratransit Association. To help cabbies, 11 U.S. cities have allowed taxis to charge a temporary fuel surcharge averaging $1.50 per trip and more municipalities are holding rate increase hearings. Picture taken July 2. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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