Nassau and Suffolk Counties are ending gas rationing at the end of this Friday, a little over a week after it began.
The policy was adopted in New York and New Jersey in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, to ease gas lines. Motorists with license plates ending in an even number could fill up on even days, and those with an odd number, on odd days.
Rationing ended in New Jersey earlier this week, and continues in New York City.
A spokesman for the mayor said they're monitoring the system, and "hope to rescind it soon."