Diesel 98.9p  @ BP Team Valley Gateshead
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Diesel 98.9p @ BP Team Valley Gateshead

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Wish I had a Volkswagen /Skoda/Audi /Seat
Price is getting cheaper, everytime the price drops 1p, someone posts it..
Heat added as Ill be passing there today
Git who owns the Bp up the road still charging 107.9 for diesel,104.9 for unleaded.If the punters took the next turn left they could fill up for 99.9 at the local sainsbury's,but some will keep paying.
dont know why this will get so cold ( currently -32), it may be a penny cheaper at asda but that doesnt warrant voting cold to like 400 degrees, too many people on this site who dont have a clue what theyre doing.
It's cold because the site works on what's the best price in this case it's cheaper every where else and just a mile from this petrol station it cheaper.

hotukdeals.com/dea…781
I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !
rooney29

I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck … I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !



Oh that comment will get you some serious heat now buddy....
Have some heat as it's good to see the major oil companies joining in & not over charging as they are sited on a Motorway - although I still suspect costs more here.
rooney29

I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck … I posted due to it being BP not a cheap supermarket fuel that will wreck your car - cheapest in this area !


Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you
97.7 for Diesel in ASDA Blackburn
simmobb2

Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went … Urban myth #..................., along with Elvis lives, man never went to the moon, 911 was organized by the CIA, and red wine is good for you


Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.
Edited by: "Kulaak" 23rd Jan 2016
97.9 at tesco
I think people are missing the point this is a local deal from one of the major players in oil. If you don't like it don't post #haveaniceday
Kulaak

Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which … Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.



​Ahhh, the vauxhall experts said it was the fuel. Must be true then.

More likely down to the fact they were vauxhalls.
dart16

dont know why this will get so cold ( currently -32), it may be a penny … dont know why this will get so cold ( currently -32), it may be a penny cheaper at asda but that doesnt warrant voting cold to like 400 degrees, too many people on this site who dont have a clue what theyre doing.



​People vote cold when they know it's cheaper elsewhere... It's really quite simple.
You can get it for cheaper literally 2 minutes down the road! Nobody cares where they get their petrol from, but people do obviously care about the cash they have in their pockets!
Kulaak

Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which … Not so much an urban myth. Our company had 2 (identical) cars which produced injector faults & as such went into limp mode. Both within weeks of each other. Vauxhall repair centre said it was because cheap supermarket fuel was being used & indeed it was! The 3rd vehicle we have has been chugging along nicely so far (fingers crossed) 30k miles later & the reason? Not been using supermarket fuel - at least not on a regular basis.


Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.
eslick

It's cold because the site works on what's the best price in this case … It's cold because the site works on what's the best price in this case it's cheaper every where else and just a mile from this petrol station it cheaper. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/diesel-now-97-7p-litre-asda-tesco-morrison-s-national-2379781


so because its 1.2p cheaper at asda, then that justifies it going super cold? give your brain a nudge
dart16

so because its 1.2p cheaper at asda, then that justifies it going super … so because its 1.2p cheaper at asda, then that justifies it going super cold? give your brain a nudge



You can see you are still a newbie, no need to be like that was offering a reason why it was cold and as per the site rules that's the reason if you don't like it just say you don't agree. Funny how you picked on my comment and ignored everyone else who said the same Don't shoot the messenger though really no need for it my friend.


Edited by: "eslick" 23rd Jan 2016
simmobb2

Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using … Fuel is manufactered to a specification, cars are designed to work using fuel made to that specification. I believe it is nonsense to suggest that supermarket fuel is, in any fundamental way, different to the offerings of Shell, BP Texaco etc. If it were in any way proven you can bet your bottom dollar the motor manufacturers would be advising people not to use it as it could invalidate warranties etc. As not one of them has made any comment at all on the subject it's an urban myth, perpetuated by people who didn't bother to think before they wrote.


I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the same
Fuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeable

so stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.
dart16

I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap … I use morrisons fuel BECAUSE of experience, but disagree with your crap about fuel being the sameFuel is manufactured to a certain specification, base fuels are produced at the same refineries so the same diesel/petrol goes to tesco as it does to say, shell. Different fuel outlets define a minimum performance level required from the fuel, which results in different levels & types of additives added to the ‘base’ fuel, which will have an effect on mpg, general running of the vehicle which isnt necessarily noticeableso stating that its an urban myth about the quality and claiming that these people dont think before they write is a pretty brainless assertion in itself.


Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.
simmobb2

Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket … Thanks for your response, my point was that it's a myth that supermarket fuels damage engines. There are no motor manufacturers who see any problem with using supermarket fuel. I you can't see that that 'proves' the myth then tough.


I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.
But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.
dart16

I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with … I think you'll find that motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference, a bit like using different types of engine oil (perhaps you think all engine oils are the same also?) depends what you class as damage, if you put supermarket fuel in your car and drove it then it'll break down 10 miles later, that would be classed as damage, but also a ridiculous myth.But if you use supermarket fuel, and drive 10,000 miles, you wont notice any difference in the short term but over time this could likely cause damage on unseen, internal components.


"motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference" that's called marketing I think you'll find. If motor manufactureres state a preferred fuel it's because they have a financial incentive to do so (Ferrari / Shell etc). You are of course entitled to believe what you want to believe, but the evidence does not support the belief that supermarket fuel damages engines.
simmobb2

"motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, … "motor manufacturers may not have a problem with using supermarket fuels, but do state a preference" that's called marketing I think you'll find. If motor manufactureres state a preferred fuel it's because they have a financial incentive to do so (Ferrari / Shell etc). You are of course entitled to believe what you want to believe, but the evidence does not support the belief that supermarket fuel damages engines.


which also means that you have no proof it doesnt, and all this talk of au urban myth is a load of crap. I notice the difference between fuels in the cost of repairs from one supplier to another, and thats from driving hundreds of miles a week. I dont think you have anything sensible to say
dart16

which also means that you have no proof it doesnt, and all this talk of … which also means that you have no proof it doesnt, and all this talk of au urban myth is a load of crap. I notice the difference between fuels in the cost of repairs from one supplier to another, and thats from driving hundreds of miles a week. I dont think you have anything sensible to say


I'll leave it to others to decide who's talking a load of crap. Dream on sonny.
simmobb2

I'll leave it to others to decide who's talking a load of crap. Dream on … I'll leave it to others to decide who's talking a load of crap. Dream on sonny.


thanks, now find another post on fuel to pretend to know it all on
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