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**Free LPG Autogas 0p per litre in Darlington** @ Haughton Garage on Haughton Road in Darlington

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Just been past Haughton Road Petrol Station in Darlington and ive seen advertised FREE LPG Autogas The sign says FREE LPG UNTILL ITS Runs OUT Phone number is 01325 354153 Haughton Road Service S…
fawcett Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago166 Comments
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petethemeat76
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petethemeat76
Shouldn't that be
Free LPG 'til it's gone??
no
'Until' only has 1 'l' so why abbreviate it by adding an extra 'l' ??

quick google explains it http://grammarist.com/usage/until-till-til/ many other examples out there
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petethemeat76
Shouldn't that be
Free LPG 'til it's gone??
no

'Until' only has 1 'l' so why abbreviate it by adding an extra 'l' ??
I'm a 46 year old by the way quite well educated and self employed and I'm assuming you are in that era as well judging from your spelling of hazard (Dukes of Hazzard styli). :{
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Edited By: biggysilly on Nov 06, 2015 22:26
Interesting story bro! I'm afraid I didn't understand all of it. So I have nominated you for the most uninformative post of the day award. Good luck. I can't see anyone coming close to you on this one. :{
Steve2377
Hello all. No idea what I'm posting this comment for... I come on here daily due to the hot deals (obviously), but also due the often very witty comments. However , I can't help but think that the sites main demographic, and I'm talking most about age bracket, is approximately 20 years old - give or take a couple of years! Not that it matters in any way.
Anyway, have a good day people!
Whoever the regular posters are, they save me money, entertain me, post up products I never even knew existed and educate me for exactly that reason.
I suppose I just wondered if anyone knew what was the average members age and who is behind the site/what's the business model (I'll hazzard a guess that it is very basic in the sense that HUKD get a commission for click through's) because I'm interested that's all, due to No doubt I'll get shot down in flames for being enquisitive by the those members who love trying to impress the other members with their 'witty' comments
But I'm asking anyway :-)
Deal is over guys - They are out of LPG - called up @ 13:08 6/11/15
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**Unleaded petrol 99.9p per litre in Darlington** @ Haughton Garage on Haughton Road in Darlington

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Haughton Garage on Haughton Road in Darlington is changing hands and the new buyers don't require the fuel so there is a sale on... 99.9p a litre on unleaded and at the time of posting this the lovely…
katyboo123 Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago84 Comments
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Can someone expire this please?
Sammy86
[quote=gjhukd] Voted flamin hot for UK...
Top 10 Countries With The Cheapest Petrol Rates
Venezuela. Price – $0.02 per litre.
Syria. Price – $0.05 per litre.
Libya. Price – $0.12 per litre.
Saudi Arabia. Price – $0.15 per litre.
Turkmenistan. Price – $0.21 per litre.
Kuwait. Price – $0.22 per litre.
Iran. Price – $0.24 per litre.
Bahrain. Price – $0.25 per litre.
Syria. Price – $0.05 per litre. ----> US involvement supporting "moderate" rebels a.k.a ISIS/Daesh/Al-Nusra
that beheads christians & other minorities against a secular head of state
Libya. Price – $0.12 per litre. ----> US/EU coupe, now in chaos
Saudi Arabia. Price – $0.15 per litre. ----> US/UK-allied theocratic state, supporters of ISIS/Al-queda
Turkmenistan. Price – $0.21 per litre. ----> Autocratic 1 party state enjoying tacit US-support
Kuwait. Price – $0.22 per litre. ----> Sykes–Picot Agreement creating this artificial oil rich gulf state part of Iraq
Bahrain. Price – $0.25 per litre. ----> US/UK-allied theocratic state, brutally suppressing democratic protest

So in a nutshell...those who abuse human rights get cheap oil to grease the wheels of Govenrmant
gjhukd
Voted flamin hot for UK...
Top 10 Countries With The Cheapest Petrol Rates
Venezuela. Price – $0.02 per litre.
Syria. Price – $0.05 per litre.
Libya. Price – $0.12 per litre.
Saudi Arabia. Price – $0.15 per litre.
Turkmenistan. Price – $0.21 per litre.
Kuwait. Price – $0.22 per litre.
Iran. Price – $0.24 per litre.
Bahrain. Price – $0.25 per litre.


Syria. Price – $0.05 per litre. ----> US involvement supporting "moderate" rebels a.k.a ISIS/Daesh/Al-Nusra
that beheads christians & other minorities against a secular head of state
Libya. Price – $0.12 per litre. ----> US/EU coupe, now in chaos
Saudi Arabia. Price – $0.15 per litre. ----> US/UK-allied theocratic state, supporters of ISIS/Al-queda
Turkmenistan. Price – $0.21 per litre. ----> Autocratic 1 party state enjoying tacit US-support
Kuwait. Price – $0.22 per litre. ----> Sykes–Picot Agreement creating this artificial oil rich gulf state part of Iraq
Bahrain. Price – $0.25 per litre. ----> US/UK-allied theocratic state, brutally suppressing democratic protests
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So the overpaid obnoxious bankers that caused the financial crisis are doing a grand job . I see. Thanks for educating me on that. Billions in bailouts for them but nothing like that for 2000+ steelworkers.
Why bother to subsidise UK steel?
Why bother to make anything in this country? Just get it all made in China cheaper.
Ahh, then we lose all the skills and knowledge, not to mention the facilities. Then one little thing happens and we're buggered. The Chinese will then have our nuts in a squeeze lock.
That would be as silly as letting the Chinese control our nuclear powers stations, or not growing anywhere near enough food to feed everyone in the country, in this country. Or relying on a fuel that has to come from the other side of the world.
Nobody would really be silly enough to actually do any of this crazy stuff, right?
Clearly economics is not your strong suit: the UK contributes 0.007% to total world steel production.
So I repeat. Why bother to subsidise UK steel?
Clearly reading is not yours. I never said anything about world steel production. I remarked upon us not being able to make anything for ourselves in the future.
Again: simple economics. Why produce things at a higher cost when it is cheaper to source elsewhere?
For the 3rd time, I'll try to explain it to you, maybe you could do me the honour of actually reading it this time.
Take for example the second world war, now after WW1 we were at the top of the world in tank design, we grew alot of our own food (after a disastrous time of importing food at the end of the Victorian era (we relied on Germany for alot of our wheat, oh the irony))....... but then people thought like you.
Why bother making decent tanks and investing (remember that word, we used to do it) in up to date design, we did it cheaply, didn't bother keeping up with the rest of the world. That meant we went into the war (the one that would never happen, from people like you) and only really caught up at the end of the war,
Food wise we were royally buggered again (we have such short memories).
So we let China make everything for us, or Germany, or the US, we import all our food, what's the point growing it when you can import it cheaper, why keep cows for milk, when Poland can do it cheaper. But then you end up with no cows, no farmers, no skilled workers, no jobs, no industry. Just a service industry servicing those few who can still afford it, all at minimum wage.
As well as this being exactly where we are going, when we have no cows left we're totally at the mercy of others for our milk....... or our steel. Now you may love China, but I would prefer not to rely on them for milk, they may decide for example to pay their workers proper wages and give breaks, decent working conditions, you know, all those things you probably don't think necessary and then it suddenly costs more for steel than we could have made it at home for, plus it's substandard, as they can send us any old rubbish as we really haven't got any choice.
Or, now I know this will be a shock to you, but sometimes things happen that you don't expect, like what, you say? Well if I knew that, I would expect it wouldn't I? It wouldn't be unknown.
China has all this lovely lolly we are giving them, what are they spending it on, well as well as buying up half of Africa, food growing areas around the world, our remaining industry, our power stations, they have a humongous army, are investing heavily in advanced weapons and no one really knows how they think, or what they want.
So simple economics, hardly dear chap, extremely complicated planning for the future. Our childrens future. We have to invest in ourselves, in the UK, in our skills, not give it all away and let others take our investment, train up their children to do the jobs we can't do anymore.
I despair of the British, once we led the world in building almost everything, the best quality, the quickest and the best design. We've let everything slip and now the things we are best at, are minimal.
So just add steel making onto the pile, what's another whole industry down the pan matter, we only use it to build cars for foreign companies anyway, who are only here because we give them so much money, that they hold it over our heads like the sword of Damocles.
Lets just stick our heads in the sand and let the rest of the world produce our milk, steel and boats.... until y'know something unexpected happens and we suddenly don't have any milk/steel/boats etc, then what Sherlock?
Thank you for the copy and paste sermon from Corbyn's manifesto. I would suggest you crawl back to 1970s. You clearly missing yesteryear and how the British ruled the world...
Also would you please answer the question, what would happen if we we were suddenly bereft of the skills of the third world? Mmmm
Their skillls, our ignorance.

People continue to do such skills in the UK - just not via mass production
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harvest petrol station in walsall 96.4p a litre

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harvest petrol station in walsall 96.4p a litre, the owner has said its just for today! get filling your tanks Shared Via The HUKD App For Android. Proof in post #29 - .Griff.
gemmaclewer Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago89 Comments
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genmaxiu
Im done here

Congratulations...
m5rcc
genmaxiu
To cut down your "clever" calculations, there is a statement from Shell website about THEIR "uber" Shell VPower Nitro +diesel
I don't run a Diesel car...

The same applies to petrol, exactly the same...
Im done here,
EOM.
genmaxiu
To cut down your "clever" calculations, there is a statement from Shell website about THEIR "uber" Shell VPower Nitro +diesel

I don't run a Diesel car...
m5rcc
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davidc
some cars do more MPG on higher octane fuels so it is worth paying the extra.
To be "worth paying the extra" (even if true) depends on how much extra you have to pay!
12p more a litre just to get an extra 0.1 mpg definitely isn't cost effective.
According to petrolprices.com, higher octane fuels are almost always a waste of money..http://www.petrolprices.com/about-fuel.html#j-3-1
I pay 7% more to get 9% better MPG - it doesn't really matter what you think or don't believe. I state facts. Not opinions.

To cut down your "clever" calculations, there is a statement from Shell website about THEIR "uber" Shell VPower Nitro +diesel :
“It contains a powerful detergent, designed to help clean up and control harmful fuel system deposits in fuel injection equipment in modern diesel cars, helping to restore engine performance. FuelSave is high in Cetane, which can… lead to more power, better fuel economy and lower emissions, in our experience, it’s ill-advised, and potentially misleading, to make specific quantified claims.”

Personally tested on my 4.2 tdi engine, as stated before, no reduction in MPG whatsoever.

There you go mr clever boy;) Fill up your hyper car with any premium you want, and leave this topic to ppl interested in real savings.

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Edited By: genmaxiu on Jan 27, 2015 11:51
Besford
Sounds like your poor understanding of vehicles is down to lack of experience.

Driving a Citroen is the pinnacle of motoring experience? You've heard it here first...
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Petrol 99.7 diesel 109.7 @ Harvest Energy

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Harvest maypole 99.7 unleaded Harvest Petrol Station, 185 Maypole Lane Birmingham West Midlands B14 4PJ - Villa Three Harvest Energy garages in West Midlands are now selling petrol at 99.7…
hayleycox9 Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago220 Comments
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Gone back up. Clever marketing trick by the owner.
also available in the pleck area of walsall. same brand station.
It's gone back up to £1.01.9 and diesel DOWN to £1.08.9.. According to petrolPrices.com.. Seems like it was a publicity stunt to have cheap petrol and higher diesel..
I did search but missed that...
yup this is back on... I just filled up tonight !!

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Edited By: mrwhitelabel on Jan 21, 2015 21:37
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Petrol 107.7 Harvest Energy Beoley Worcestshire £1.08

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Petrol 107.7 Harvest Energy in Beoley Worcestershire along A435
frances_rose Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago3 Comments
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http://cl.jroo.me/z3/E/d/s/d/a.aaa-save-petrol.jpg
Petrol = boring. Use http://www.petrolprices.com/
Did you see what the nearby Sainsburys was at Abbey Trading Estate, Redditch? Supermarket prices are generally higher/more expensive nowadays. If you live in Tanworth in Arden you don't need to be saving your Pennies! ;)

Edited By: tightar5e on Dec 26, 2014 12:23: .
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Harvest petrol station in Redditch, Worcestershire, is selling petrol for just £1.09 a litre

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Garage in Redditch, Worcestershire, is selling petrol for just £1.09 a litre http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2879503/Is-Britain-s-cheapest-petrol-station-Drivers-flock-garage-selling-fuel-…
Change_Me Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago18 Comments
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the texaco on near the maypole island (before redditch) was also selling at that price too
EDIt actually were cheaper 109.5 today !
i filled at sainsburys for 1.10, wasnt gonna worry to much over that difference though

Edited By: mrwhitelabel on Dec 20, 2014 01:00: cheaper price
Go_Go_Go
There's one in Leyland near Preston if anyone's interested lool

Where abouts? Usually fill up at the Tesco extra which is always cheaper than Shell Wigan Road
There's one in Leyland near Preston if anyone's interested lool
Must measure my jerry can and see if it would fit in the hand luggage compartment.
Bransons Cross, Beoley to be exact!
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