Tofail Ahmed pumps gas for a motorist at a BP gas station in Hoboken, N.J., in 2016. (Julio Cortez/Associated Press)

I enjoyed Allan Sloan’s Feb. 19 Deals column, “The working-class job that Trump could actually save ” [Business], about New Jersey’s required use of gas station attendants. He neglected to mention that despite the extra personnel, gas costs less in New Jersey than in surrounding states. When heading northeast, my family always stops at the last station before New York to fill up on cheap gas. 

Ernie Levy, Clifton