diesel at shell 99.9p
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diesel at shell 99.9p

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Found 5th Jan 2016
shell Talbot road Blackpool, under a quid for non supermarket fuel

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mods please amend to read 99.9p thanks
Nice hope the V+ comes down too
Super Cold.......In another thread it's 99.7p in Birmingham which is about 150 miles away.
charles w

Super Cold.......In another thread it's 99.7p in Birmingham which is … Super Cold.......In another thread it's 99.7p in Birmingham which is about 150 miles away.



​maybe I'll travel 150 miles to save 10p
gooeynote

​maybe I'll travel 150 miles to save 10p



Don't, its just not worth it
Best price I've seen for non supermarket fuel, have some heat
oh look, diesels dropped 0.1p, lets flood the site with local fuel prices, voting them all cold
I haven't see another post with sub-pound non-supermarket diesel...

thank op
Poor op. It seems his post brought out the NobbyNobbs.

The site does have deals on Diesel at under £1 but they have all been supermarket deals.
While some people don't care, others do care what fuel they use.

Have some heat.
Genuine question because I don't know the answer, what is the difference between supermarket and non-supermarket fuel ?
charles w

Genuine question because I don't know the answer, what is the difference … Genuine question because I don't know the answer, what is the difference between supermarket and non-supermarket fuel ?


Some people believe that the additives in the non-supermarket fuel make it superior, others disagree.

The conversation usually then degenerates along the lines of Apple v Android
Edited by: "Burgmeister" 5th Jan 2016
Original Poster
thanks to all who posted heat, if one person found it useful then I'm happy. I personally do not use supermarket fuel due to the bad reports it gets.
in general, if you do the maths most of the times you get 5-8% (sometimes even more) more mileage with non-supermarket fuel...I have test it many times and, unless the price difference is more than 5-6p, the non-s.m. fuel is always more economical...in addition because the fuel lubricates some parts of the fuel system of the car(specially on diesels), you ve got more wear with supermarket fuel as is more "dry"
charles w

Genuine question because I don't know the answer, what is the difference … Genuine question because I don't know the answer, what is the difference between supermarket and non-supermarket fuel ?


About 10p a litre
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