By Andrew Whitelaw | Source: Are we being gouged at the fuel pump?
I jumped into my wife’s car on Saturday, it was running on vapours – a common occurrence in our household. I got to the petrol station, and almost feinted when I saw the price ($1.50/l). This was an increase of 20¢ on the previous day. I thought it was therefore worthwhile examining fuel prices, to see whether we were getting ripped off.
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