petrol

5 ways installers can avoid paying premium fuel prices at the pumps

Motorists can save cash at the fuel pumps by taking advantage of five cost cutting pieces of advice aimed at Britain’s army of truck and van drivers. Here are the tips from LeaseVan.co.uk to avoid paying premium prices at the pumps: 1 – Avoid motorway service stations at all costs Fuel tends to be 10 to […]

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Petrol Profits Skyrocket at Motorists' Expense – says FairFuelUK

The UK fuel supply chain took as much as 16.13p profit per litre from petrol drivers in the last two months. Despite falling wholesale and oil prices UK drivers aren’t seeing those significantly reduced costs reflected at the pumps. The profit margin on unleaded has risen by 156% since August as the road fuel supply […]

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Price of petrol is highest since 2014 – says RAC Fuel Watch

Motorists begin 2018 paying the highest price for petrol since the end of 2014, RAC Fuel Watch data reveals. An analysis of fuel prices for December shows the average price of unleaded increased for the second month running – this time by half a pence from 120.66p to 121.11p (0.45p) while diesel went up from 123.06p to […]

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Petrol and diesel cars and vans to be kicked to the curb by 2040

The Government has announced plans to stop the sale of new petrol and diesel cars  and vans by 2040, so people will have to switch to electric or hybrid alternatives. There will also be new tax levies for diesel drivers who use the most congested motorways, from 2020. The move is designed to reduce the […]

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7 top tips for making your fuel go further

Saving money will most definitely be on the agenda for many this year but many neglect the expenses that come from your vehicle. IAM RoadSmart’s head of driving and riding standards Richard Gladman gives his top tips on saving fuel: Try to keep your driving smooth, gentle acceleration and using the highest safe gear will use less […]

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