20 Litre carton of Ktc vegetable £12.99 at Costco .
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20 Litre carton of Ktc vegetable £12.99 at Costco .

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Found 24th Aug 2014
Great price considering it's still selling for several pounds more from other cash and carry's .

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Good price
Cue another debate on running your hatchback on cooking oil !

edz222

Good priceCue another debate on running your hatchback on cooking oil !



HATCHBACK is that not a Brandy

I run my daewoo musso on it, the musso is a 2.9ltr 4x4 monster of a thing.... 35 mpg..... running on Veg oil ... same millage but half price of Diesel, so equivalent to 70 mpg .... just my mates wont drive behind me as it makes them hungry with the smell of chips cooking

£12.99 is a really good price, but I use Bookers.... ok its £2 dearer but I get lots of other good deals... not what you know its who

Happy Smelly Renewable Energy Motoring peeps

psmith1958

I run my daewoo musso on it, the musso is a 2.9ltr 4x4 monster of a … I run my daewoo musso on it, the musso is a 2.9ltr 4x4 monster of a thing.... 35 mpg..... running on Veg oil ... same millage but half price of Diesel, so equivalent to 70 mpg .... just my mates wont drive behind me as it makes them hungry with the smell of chips cooking


Better hope that the vat-man's not reading this

Not vat on cooking oil

Original Poster

peaceoff -- I am sure there is a personal allowance of 2500L of tax free usage per year .

peaceoff

Better hope that the vat-man's not reading this



why, there is no vat on veg oil ........ love people that make a comment they know nothing about you go Peaceoff

Good Price.

Voted HOT

As long as you want to drive your car on it you are ok. It's usually made of GM soya so I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.

Can confirm that there is a 2,500L tax-free usage allowance under which you do not have to declare. Receipts should be kept anyway as they can be asked for.

Do the big catering tins not have some kind of anti frothing thing in them?

Must confess I'm not up with this, long time since I ran on bio-diesel even.

p4pankaj

As long as you want to drive your car on it you are ok. It's usually … As long as you want to drive your car on it you are ok. It's usually made of GM soya so I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.



No it isn't, it's usually rapeseed oil. GM soya has to be labelled as such in the EU.

Palette of this costs around 623.52 which then makes this approx 0.65p litre, hawt from me
Edited by: "Boom123" 25th Aug 2014

thats hot it's 14.99 nearly every where won't be staying to long at that price im sure

waqasali012345

thats hot it's 14.99 nearly every where won't be staying to long at that … thats hot it's 14.99 nearly every where won't be staying to long at that price im sure



I went to Bookers in Bournemouth yesterday it was down to £13.99

psmith1958

why, there is no vat on veg oil ........ love people that make a comment … why, there is no vat on veg oil ........ love people that make a comment they know nothing about you go Peaceoff



Correct, there is no vat on veg oil, HOWEVER, if you are caught using veg oil in an automobile Revenue & Custom will chase you for fuel duty as you are using the veg oil as FUEL and HMRC will regard that veg oil as "biodiesel"

You are allowed to use up to 2500 litres per year, however 2500 litres (per year) is a threshold and not an allowance. If you exceed the allowance then you have to pay duty on the full amount that you have used including the first 2500 litres. It all depends on how much veg oil you use for fueling your car. Don't quote me on this, do your own research at hmrc.gov.uk/bri…htm

Did YOU know that, Kermit???????
Edited by: "peaceoff" 26th Aug 2014

peaceoff

Correct, there is no vat on veg oil, HOWEVER, if you are caught using veg … Correct, there is no vat on veg oil, HOWEVER, if you are caught using veg oil in an automobile Revenue & Custom will chase you for fuel duty as you are using the veg oil as FUEL and HMRC will regard that veg oil as "biodiesel"You are allowed to use up to 2500 litres per year, however 2500 litres (per year) is a threshold and not an allowance. If you exceed the allowance then you have to pay duty on the full amount that you have used including the first 2500 litres. It all depends on how much veg oil you use for fueling your car. Don't quote me on this, do your own research at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/briefs/excise-duty/brief4307.htmDid YOU know that, Kermit???????



Actually .................. yes I did ......... works out to be around 500 Gallons ......... my average millage per year is around 6500, so working that out at 35 miles per gallon is just under 185 gallons per year, now to use ALL of the 500 gallons ... ide have to travel 17,500 miles Cue the music (Violins)

psmith1958

Actually .................. yes I did .........



Well, sure you do, I just told you

peaceoff

Well, sure you do, I just told you



Peaceoff

psmith1958

Peaceoff



Just a bit of interweb banter!
No need to get your handbag all high up...sheesh, some people!


Edited by: "peaceoff" 28th Aug 2014
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