On Friday they raised their diesel price by 3c/litre bring their price to 136.9 and this afternoon's increase now means they are selling diesel at 138.9 and regular 91 for 179.9 per litre.
No other fuel companies have yet matched Friday's increase or followed BP's increase this afternoon.
I just don't see why NZers still continue to support a company who prides itself with leading every single fuel increase. It's as though kiwi motorists love being ripped off!
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Comment by DjShadow, on 31-Mar-2008 18:51
I live next door to a Mobil station, the guy there told me once that if there is a price increase in the weekend, they hold off until monday before deciding what to do
Comment by alasta, on 31-Mar-2008 18:59
You've finally convinced me, dude. I used to go there to get AA Rewards but I've now had enough.
Comment by MrPink, on 1-Apr-2008 12:33
Question should be why does AA support BP when they're supposed to be about the motorists!
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