Diesel Fuel price

Submitted: Wednesday, Aug 04, 2004 at 21:55
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I was down in Port Kennedy, which is slightly south of Rockingham when I noticed a service station displaying the sign -' ULP 92.9c Diesel 199.9c. I am aware that there has been a recent hike in fuel prices, but diesel @ 199.9c/L in the 'burbs makes some of the country prices extremely cheap. My question is how can this price in the suburbs be justified

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Reply By: Brian - Wednesday, Aug 04, 2004 at 22:12

Wednesday, Aug 04, 2004 at 22:12
May I suggest that someone is having a stir. My guess is it should read 99.9 cents. Have often seen this when fuel has gone above $1.00 a litre and they have forgotten to take down the "1" when putting up "99.9". If not then a lot of people are getting ripped off.
But then aren't we all (getting ripped off) at the bowser regardless of the price.
Bloody governments and taxes.
I feel better now, so down goes another homebrew.
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