Petrol Price Breakdown
When you go fill up at your local petrol station you may think that you are simply paying for petrol. You are but more is involved. Recently the petrol price once again spiked upwards hurting consumers and driving other prices up as a result (due to transport cost increases). The AA has produced some helpful infographics (below) to help you understand what it is that you are paying for at the coast and inland. You pay more inland because ironically transport costs more to get the fuel to you.
Petrol Price Drop Predicted For February It seems that there may be a little relief ahead for the transport industry and vehicle owners in the form of a petrol price drop coming. The major petrol producing countries recently decided to … read more
Petrol Price Set To Rise Following the cost of petrol is something like taking a rollercoaster ride these days. Just when you have the thrill of the slight downward drop in costs the price shoots up again. Economists warn of … read more
Petrol Price Reduction Helps Consumers As the Rand weathers the recent upheaval over possible plans to change the Reserve Bank Policy and the idea of nationalising the central bank, the currency has surprised many by staying fairly stable against the … read more
Things Are About To Get Tough Consumers can only look forward to a hard February with petrol prices set to increase. The Automobile Association are predicting that the cost of Petrol could go up by 44 Cents/Litre. Diesel will probably … read more
Petrol Price Hike Hits Home In Jan The Department of Energy has announced that petrol will soon cost half a Rand more and Diesel and Paraffin are also going up. It has been announced that a price hike of 50 … read more
Petrol Going Up Again Sadly petrol will be increasing in cost again this month, hitting consumers right in the pocket. The price of Petrol will be going up by another 8 – 11 cents this month. 93 Unleaded petrol will … read more