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Saw a Texaco in Sunningdale @ 117.9 for tractor juice and my local Texaco is now at 113.9 wtf? Was only 110.9 on Tues when I filled up frown.gif

Jon.

Can't believe this was only posted 2 months ago. Diesel is now 125.9 at the same Texaco, or it was on Friday, will have no doubt gone up since...

This equates to an extra £9 per fill up.... :(

Jon.

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We have our local Texaco at 127.9 and our local morrisons at 120.9 for diesel.

The line at Morrisons is at least 3 cars deep pretty much all the time now.. ( we only have 3 petrol stations in Newquay: Texaco, BP and Morrisons)

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Managed to fill up at 120.9 for diesel in York but the village I live in is at 130p. Quite a difference.

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I see that the general consensus in industry is that it will reach £2.00 a litre by the end of 2009 :eek:

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I see that the general consensus in industry is that it will reach £2.00 a litre by the end of 2009 :eek:

Hucking Fell, time to start using RED then

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:grin: anyone up for a modern day Guy Fawkes job on parliament? :jump:

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Hucking Fell, time to start using RED then

funnily enough, i think more of that is gonna go on

i've certainly considered it, considering we've got a tank for it on the farm! lol!!

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i certainly think a lot of people are using chip fat/ bio

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:grin: anyone up for a modern day Guy Fawkes job on parliament? :jump:

If any can afford the fuel for the fire...... :uhoh:

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i certainly think a lot of people are using chip fat/ bio

They have gone up in price too!!!!

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Our local bookers (cash & carry) has stopped selling it to people unless you can prove you are in the catering business :eek:

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I paid 1.259 for V power unleaded last night; V Power D was 135.9 :ffs:

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Can't believe this was only posted 2 months ago. Diesel is now 125.9 at the same Texaco, or it was on Friday, will have no doubt gone up since...

This equates to an extra £9 per fill up.... :(

Jon.

130.9 this morning :(

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£138.9 in Wotton Bassett (near Swindon) the other day. What the hell?!

Sunflower oil 15L drums in Tesco were £8 6months ago, they're £15 now!

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:( The BP garage near Rickmansworth robbed me of 140.9p/litre for Ultimate Diesel on Saturday afternoon :ffs:

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:( The BP garage near Rickmansworth robbed me of 140.9p/litre for Ultimate Diesel on Saturday afternoon :ffs:

feckin ell......

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:( The BP garage near Rickmansworth robbed me of 140.9p/litre for Ultimate Diesel on Saturday afternoon :ffs:

jesus....i stopped using ultimate as soon as diesel topped £1 per litre, just ridiculous paying anymore than i have to now

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:( The BP garage near Rickmansworth robbed me of 140.9p/litre for Ultimate Diesel on Saturday afternoon :ffs:

Wow - it's cheaper down south then!

its 145.9 in chavshire. :ffs:

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Yep, these price rises are crippling. After an 8% rise here last week, I had to pay over 50p a litre! :( So, filling the tank on the Pajero cost £40.

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Wow - it's cheaper down south then!

its 145.9 in chavshire. :ffs:

:grin: that was a whole week ago, could well be up to your prices by now :roflmao::ffs:

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So why is Diesel so much more that unleaded, or even super unleaded???

Isn't diesel easier to refine and produce??

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It's supply vs demand,

Most refineries are set-up to produce petrol, now with the popularity of diesel it is causing the prices to rise, unfortunately it also has the knock on effect of raising heating oil prices as well.

It is predicted that if this trend continues diesel will be 50% more expensive than petrol by the end of 2009.

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It is predicted that if this trend continues diesel will be 50% more expensive than petrol by the end of 2009

Feck! Where have you heard that? Made the decision to go diesel on my new motor based on performance primarily but the cost issue is a worry. I claim all my business miles back on the company car rates issued by HMRC and whats the betting that they won't move in line with price increases???:ffs:

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