If the advertised price of the motor fuel is subject to one (1) or more “conditions of sale” at that price, other than cash or credit, the retailer shall post the “conditions” immediately adjacent to the sales price with equal illumination in lettering of the same style and at least one-half (1/2) the size that is used to post the sale price.
In other words, the above law states that if a customer must meet certain conditions in order to obtain the price posted, those conditions must be at least one-half (1/2) the size of the price itself and they must be equally visible both day and night.
If the unit price for the same grade of motor fuel differs, and the sign will not accommodate displaying of all prices in lettering of the same style and size, the highest price shall be displayed in lettering using the largest size of the prices that are displayed.
In other words, if a price sign has different size displays for the same product the highest price must be the largest displayed. This applies to all conditions including cash / credit.
The requirement to have the CASH or CREDIT “condition of sale” wording at one-half (1/2) the size of the numbers does not go into effect until July 1st, 2017. However, you are required to provide the wording until the law goes into effect. So, as you upgrade your price signs over the next four (4) years be sure that the new sign allows you to post the words CASH and CREDIT in letters at least one-half (1/2) the size of the numerals on the new sign.