couple of places round me are now sub 130, and apparently sainsburys are doing a 10p litre off if you spend x in store.
You may object to the price of fuel but trust me on this, you can pay it as VAT, as Fuel duty, as income tax, as national insurance, it makes no difference to the government you will be paying it just a question as to which of your purchases they target.
Although it must be queried how high can they put up the tax before they start to loose money because the increase causes a reduction in fuel use?Posted 6 years agooliverd1981Member
Although it must be queried how high can they put up the tax before they start to loose money because the increase causes a reduction in fuel use?
It’s a double edged sword though as less motoring means quieter roads, thus a better perceived quality of life and lower road maintenance bills. It’s a cracking bit of stealth tax.Posted 6 years agoElfinsafetyMember
arrr i remember the days of the 89p a GALLON
I remember when 20 B+H were seventy five pence.
Sadly I was too young to smoke back then. It’s almost ten times that now.
petrol was 37.5p per Gallon (8.25p per Litre) for 5 star
How much was it for other pop groups?
The opportunity was there for the taking…Posted 6 years agodefaultslipperMember
Just paid 128.7 at Asda in carlisle which is 6p cheaper than the cheapest at home. Crazy that fuel has doubled in the 7 or 8 years I have been driving.
Was on holiday in Canada last year and they were paying less in cents than we are in pence, was under a dollar a litrePosted 6 years ago
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