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    Fuel prices.

    Posted by Godders on 24/11/2021, 23:28:21

    When are they going to start coming down again? Both petrol and diesel are now 50% more expensive than 18 months ago (about May last year) when it was possible to buy unleaded for 99.9ppl at Costco.

    It's getting very expensive.

      Re: Fuel prices.

      Posted by deeuu on 25/11/2021, 7:09:46, in reply to "Fuel prices."

      Hang on, thought you lived in Dunstable?

      You saying you drive all the way to Stevenage or Watford to save a few pence on fuel? 🤣

        Re: Fuel prices.

        Posted by Noddy on 25/11/2021, 1:10:36, in reply to "Fuel prices."

        People charge what they know people can afford.
        There was a big spike in petrol prices in the first war with Iraq. They never came down again. I expect this will be the same.

          Re: Fuel prices.

          Posted by Crème Brûlée on 24/11/2021, 23:44:56, in reply to "Fuel prices."

          When OPEC feel like increasing production? When the Government decide to cut tax on fuel? When the petrol companies have clawed back last year's losses? Who knows?

            Re: Fuel prices.

            Posted by The Outsider on 24/11/2021, 23:33:36, in reply to "Fuel prices."

            Unlikely to come down to anywhere near that as the big drop was caused by a glut because most people greatly reduced or completely stopped driving. This meant that storage became a problem for oil companies. Diesel price has dropped by a couple of pence this week at Tesco - not sure if it will drop further.

              Re: Fuel prices.

              Posted by barreloflaughs on 25/11/2021, 1:06:52, in reply to "Re: Fuel prices."

              Truck drivers in Ireland have been blockading roads in Dublin in response to high fuel prices.
              Forget all this green nonsense- the world moves on
              diesel and will for many years to come

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