You forgot most of the price is the tax the government put on fuel not … You forgot most of the price is the tax the government put on fuel not the actual fuel itself
I doubt anyone forgets the price of fuel duty or that it has been frozen for around 5 years but a point worth raising Naza.
We still are paying over £1 for a litre and should not be and to state the obvious, by reducing the price to under £1 also reduces the taxes, so only in consumers/peoples interest to have reduced fuel. I wonder how busy petrol stations are in Calais with business vehicles?
For example, the BP station on Edgware Road as soon as you get off the M1 in London, I decided to fill up from there instead of the Shell next door. As soon as I had filled up the engine noise was different you could feel the car slacking. the only Difference was the price, that day BP was cheaper then Shell although nationality that Shell was cheap anyway. They had obviously added something to the fuel, never again would i go for the cheapest fuel.
Voted hot but prices shouldn't be anywhere above 99p never mind £1.01 … Voted hot but prices shouldn't be anywhere above 99p never mind £1.01 with cheap wholesale prices.
You forgot most of the price is the tax the government put on fuel not the actual fuel itself