Odd-Even Gas Rationing Starts Today on Long Island

Today starting at 5 am in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Islanders will need to use an odd-even gas rationing system similar to what New Jersey residents have been using the last few days.

How It Works
Drivers with license plates ending in an even number can only get gas on even-numbered days.

Drivers with license plates ending in an odd number can only get gas on odd-numbered days.

Have a vanity plate that does not end in a number? These plates are considered odd-numbered.

Out-of-state vehicles must adhere to the same rules.

Anyone can walk up and fill up a gas canister on any day.

Exemptions
Emergency vehicles, commercial vehicles, taxis and limos are exempt from this odd-even gas rationing system.

Find a Gas Station
To find a gas station near you that has fuel, visit www.gasbuddy.com/sandy.

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