Friday, January 02, 2009

Petrol Prices

Why do Petrol Prices vary so much, this really annoys me, OK I can see why the Shetlands might be a tad more expensive then the North of England where I live, but let me give you an example.

I use to compare petrol prices... its normally very accurate, in and around my location the price is currently 85.9p per litre, but less than 10 miles away its 82.9p per litre.... why ? it cannot be down to distribution codes, so what is it ?, this price difference is actually pretty big, my normal fill is around 55 litres which is £1.65, it almost cheaper for me to drive 10 miles to this petrol station !

Come on petrol companies, give us the same price, you money grabbing buggers.


Post a Comment

<< Home