Gasoline & Automotive Service Dealers of America

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Any Retailer who takes Credit or Debit Cards New Law October 1 2016

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GASDA creates New Discount Auto & Liability Insurance Programs for Gasoline & Auto Repair Shops Owners – Click Below for more information.

GASDA New Ad 4-10-16

CT Senator Murphy Proposes to Raise Federal Gas Tax 12-cents over two year!

Click Here to see complete proposal – Email comments to mike@gasda.org >CT Senator Murphy proposal to Raise the Federal Gas Tax 12-cents over two years 6-19-2014

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Attorney General Gouging Law Goes Into Effect

We received the attached notice today and have posted the following on our website:

ATTORNEY GENERAL GIVES NOTICE OF ABNORMAL DISRUPTION IN MARKET FOR ENERGY RESOURCES
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Attorney General Extends Notice Reasonable Anticipation of Imminent Abnormal Disruption in Market for Energy Resources

Due to Hurricane Irene’s continuing potential to affect fuel distribution and sale in the State of Connecticut, the Attorney General extends the notice issued on August 26, 2011, pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. ยง 42-234(d), of the reasonable anticipation of an imminent abnormal disruption in the market for energy resources. Continue Reading…

Connecticut Gasoline Gouging Law!

Sec. 42-234. Abnormal market disruptions and prices of energy resources. Definitions. Unconscionably excessive price prohibited. Attorney General notice re abnormal market disruption. Ability of Commissioner of Consumer Protection or courts to establish acts or practices as unfair or unconscionable not limited. (a) As used in this section: Continue Reading…

GASDA as Part of Coalition Writes US Senate and Congress to Enforce Dodd/Frank and Stop Speculation!

On the one year Anniversary of the Dodd-Frak Act, the Gasoline & Automotive Service Dealer’s of America, Inc. acting as a member of the Commodity Markets oversight Coalition, an independent, non-partisan and non-profit alliance of groups that represent commodity-dependent industries, businesses and end-users, including American consumers, today wrote leadership of the US Senate and US Congress to fully fund and defend reforms included in Title VII of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Pub.L. 111-203).