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    Is there a war on I don't know about? Why is petrol nearly $1.60/L?

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    annoying!!!!cost me heaps to fill up yesterday. Grrr

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    I paid 1.50 on tuesday it getting beyond a joke $100 to fill up my car and I have no choice but to drive as we don't have public transport here.

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    So what's their latest excuse? I refuse to watch/read/listen to the news ATM.

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    http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-...-above-1-50-l/

    110 the other day for me. So depressing could be worse. We could be paying nz prices .

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    yeah stupid makes me half glad I don't have a car anymore haha

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    Our servo told me it was good I filled up this morning cos it looks more like it'll be $1.70 in a week than $1.60.. Gotta love living in the country!

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    I just saw unleaded for 1.57 whoaaaa Our car take diesel and we are lucky to ever to fill up for under 1.50 a litre, yesterday it ws 1.55 cost over $120 to fill up and that will only last a week boo

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-...-above-1-50-l/

    110 the other day for me. So depressing could be worse. We could be paying nz prices .
    Haha the old "it could be worse". Yeah, the kiwis have been paying high prices for years. I remember when I went to school there it was .99c/L. At least in NZ I could walk/bus everywhere I needed, I can't do that here. My fuel gauge is on empty right now...


    Thanks for the link

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    I remember when I was a kid grandma used to exclaim when the petrol was 55c/L.

    I'm not looking forward to having a car again in this respect.
    Last edited by rainbow road; 22-03-2012 at 10:06. Reason: I was a kid, not a lid.


 

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