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Fuel costs who has the most expensive filling station nearby?

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I know the costs of fuel is soaring but this filling statio near us is really taking the micky, they have always been a few pence over the average but when I saw their prices today I was gobsmacked - especially for the diesel!

I wish I could say this picture is a wind up, but its not!!!

Pic in post two.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
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#2
BRARGIN !!- I put petrol in for £1.24.and that's for unleaded, Diesel was £1.54
#3
£1.30 a litre for petrol and £1.49 for diesel here
banned#4
already posted yesterday
#5
with smoking just about outlawed the tax got to come from somewhere.
#6
I thought my way was bad 118.9 petrol, 123.9 diesel
#7
Jesus I thought that was high!!! Average round here is something like £1.14 petrol £1.22 diesel!
#8
csiman
already posted yesterday

he just took the pic how can he have posted it yesterday lol
#9
csiman;2157122
already posted yesterday

What you on about? what was?

bellabonkers;2157138
he just took the pic how can he have posted it yesterday lol

Thanks, yeah i took the pic today on my phone so how could I have posted it yesterday?
banned#10
So we have sailed through the £5 gallon and breezed past the £6 gallon in the space of a couple of months.

At this rate it will be £10 a gallon by 2009!
#11
harlzter
What you on about? what was?


Something similar, highest and lowest rather than just highest.

Either way, 129.9 the highest I've seen unless csi has seen somewhere else?

Technically it's about 10 miles away but I had to put £5 in today as I was so low, it didn't even turn the fuel light off!
banned#12
harlzter;2157139
What you on about? what was?

A thread all about highest petrol prices in your area. About 200 replies at least on it with the latest being a few hours ago. I would point you to it but the bloddy search function on this site is next to useless :-D
#13
csiman
So we have sailed through the £5 gallon and breezed past the £6 gallon in the space of a couple of months.

At this rate it will be £10 a gallon by 2009!


Is an Oyster card free :thinking:?

Seriously though I might have to start using public transport to go to work :cry::cry:

I spend about £250ish a month on petrol + congestion charge
#14
csiman
A thread all about highest petrol prices in your area. About 200 replies at least on it with the latest being a few hours ago. I would point you to it but the bloddy search function on this site is next to useless :-D

there is a similar thread, i know as i commented on it, but this one has pics :) lol:-D
like here....http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/182151/why-are-petrol-prices-rising-so-muc/
and here is another one...http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/188194/riot-when-are-we-all-having-a-riot-/
and a yet another....http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/178529/it-s-the-1st-may-what-s-the-cheapes/
lol i'll stop loking now, but seriouosly, this one has pictures:-D:-D
#15
The thing I can never get my head around is the garages that are ridiculously high still have customers filling up whenever I pass them. Must be company paid or alike.
#16
£1.10 at my local - not bad
#17
And £1.10 here in Plymouth.

What i did notice tho when i registered and had a look, not one Tesco garage showed up.......
#18
It's gone From 82p a litre to £1.15 in 10 months for me and it's set to go up even more, why are there not the protests there were last time?

Everytime the oil prices go up the government are rubbing their filthy hands.
#19
Money Spinning;2157548
It's gone From 82p a litre to £1.15 in 10 months for me and it's set to go up even more, why are there not the protests there were last time?

Everytime the oil prices go up the government are rubbing their filthy hands.


No they're not - the tax level has remained the same, the increase is due to the increase in the price of oil.

John
#20
My car runs on fresh air ! :thumbsup:
banned#21
Johnmcl7;2157769
No they're not - the tax level has remained the same, the increase is due to the increase in the price of oil.

John

yes but they still charge vat on oil so they are making more money. then giving it back to us as a tax rebate :?
#22
Johnmcl7
No they're not - the tax level has remained the same, the increase is due to the increase in the price of oil.

John


72% of the price of petrol is tax so everytime the oil prices go up we end up paying another 72% of each increase which goes to the government.

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