Originally posted on CBS New York:
NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Orange cones were set up just off the road near the intersection of Doremus Avenue and Port Street in Newark on Thursday.
“The New Jersey state Office of Weights and Measures is in the field here at Newark by the port area to conduct inspections of home heating fueling trucks,” said state consumer affairs acting director Eric Kanefsky.
He said that, for one, they were checking the meters which gauge how much heating oil is pumped out to homeowners and businesses.
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“To make sure that you’re getting what you paid for,” Kanefsky told WCBS 880 reporter Levon Putney.
They were also checking the trucks’ brakes and looking under the hood.
One driver was cited when an improper seal was found. The seal should…
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