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#97427 - 2nd Jun 2004 9:55pm Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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Pipeline Discount Card Website........


So where is the Highest Priced Petrol on the Wirral ? mad

What do you think about the way the prices are going ? eek

What should goverment do to help the motorist ? eek

Will the pipeline card thing work out ??
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#97428 - 3rd Jun 2004 12:03am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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The most expensive i have seen is 98.0 p a litre now that is so wrong!!!!
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#97429 - 3rd Jun 2004 12:14am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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Did you see the £1.10 in Blackpool "O MY GOD"

"That's So wrong"....

I think the goverment should reduce the tax
to compensate...
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#97430 - 3rd Jun 2004 12:15am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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Somethin has to be done!!!

otherwise we should change to GAS.....
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#97431 - 3rd Jun 2004 2:21am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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#97432 - 3rd Jun 2004 12:52pm Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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insted of the truckers blockin up the oil re-finerys us cruisers shod do it!!
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#97433 - 3rd Jun 2004 1:21pm Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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i think they goverment should reduce tax's anyway but especially during this time because its just too expensive at more than a £1 a litre. Ive heard something about a temporary possible three day week aswel, anyone else heard
this?

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#97434 - 3rd Jun 2004 2:32pm Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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I'm not 100% Sure but,
If i hear correctly the UK has the most expensive petrol per ltr in Europe ?

Well its hitting the News so i dont think its going to be too long before some action is taken.

Lets hope London comes to a stop first eh !
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#97435 - 3rd Jun 2004 6:10pm Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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just heard on radio that the big 3 oil companies, shell, esso, bp, r going to pump more oil out per day so the price will actually be frozen for the foreseeable future.
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#97436 - 6th Sep 2005 2:00am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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So its kicking off again.

They say not me that they should curve back down a little at the end of september.
Then back up again for christmas.

But Diesel is going to stedely rise.

Hopefully the goverment will reduce the tax
so it wont go over the £1

But funny enough some one told me (Forgot who)
that most petrol pumps can not register + 99.99p
That's going to be fun.

Is petrol too hight again ?

YES i say.
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#97437 - 6th Sep 2005 9:15am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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Whats wrong with the 2 or 3 topic that are already running about the petrol prices!? eek

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#97438 - 6th Sep 2005 9:37am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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i saw on the News this morning that the only reason one garage didn't go above the £1 p/l was because it didn't have enough space on the board, and they are ordering new signs to support this.

so, £1 per litre.

60% goes to the government for tax
17.5% goes to the government for Value added tax

So that is nearly 78p for every pound that the government is accountable for, the oil companies only make a few pence profit per litre.
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#97439 - 6th Sep 2005 11:29am Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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forget bloackading oil refineries lets block downing street
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#97440 - 6th Sep 2005 12:31pm Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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nearly 78p for every pound that the government is accountable for, the oil companies only make a few pence profit per litre.
Some of the bigger companies which have their own shops - Select for Shell etc, actually make more profits from the goods sold in the shops, than the fuel sold from the pumps.

Oil has been on a steady rise, the middle east problems havnt helped that rise, oil is also a comodity that will eventually run out which contributes to the price of oil, but the tax on the fuel eek

Its an easy tax, you dont like paying it, use busses, trains etc, but its paying for the convenience of having the car, and the freedom of a car.
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#97441 - 6th Sep 2005 12:40pm Re: Petrol Prices & Discount Cards
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wudnt say public transport is cheaper.. maybe on longer journeys but like going from eastham 2 chester it costs around £4 quid on the train and prob the same on the bus !!

it wudnt even cost me that in the car !! and its shit loads more inconvenient!!

but i agree like goin 2 london or somin !!!

i think blockades r the way forward.. im gonna start storing some petty !!!
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