Around my neck of the woods, fuel prices have dropped a little from the previous month.
But I do like Tesco's offer of spend over £50.00 in-store and get a 5pence rebate on fuel from their pumps. What do they say- Every little helps?.
I only wish that 'Every little helps', when I had to take a large bag of potatoes back yesterday, because on opening, part of the contents were rotting. I hope I do not receive a fine from their parking contractors, because I returned within the alloted restricted parking time?.
If they've got cameras on the barriers I'd suggest you start to prepare your defence, because a lot of Sainsbury and Tesco stores have these now, and cars are logged in & out and the first you hear of a fine is a letter through the door.
It's guilty until proven innocent in the private parking world...
I am amazed at the cost of fuel in the UK compared with others in EU.
I’m currently negotiating a job in the UK with a 70 mile round trip every day. I calculate at the moment it will cost around £300 a month for fuel, what will it cost in one or two years? Will the yearly pay rise cover it? What can you do get a less paid job locally. At present I pay about 70p / L in Switzerland and that is not a cheap place to live.
This is not the first fuel price thread and it wont be the last. You have to grin and bear it.