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  Reply # 451285 24-Mar-2011 00:44
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Gull only sell biofuel which is not suitable for most cars on the road. I would love to be able to use gull since its either them or shell when you get the 20c/l off for buying lots of beer.

You could argue that shell is a local company now, but not going there till they give us the real vpower




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  Reply # 452161 26-Mar-2011 19:07
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I use Mobil now. Lets see if others follow?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 452162 26-Mar-2011 19:09
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South45: I use Mobil now. Lets see if others follow?


I used to use Mobil all the time until they turned off their EFPOS at the pumps now I use Pak-N-Save..




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  Reply # 452213 26-Mar-2011 22:03
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wreck90: is diesel option cheaper after road user charges and extra servicing costs?

Was thinking about getting a diesel that does 5.6l/1000km. Seems good to me.

Still need to do the math though.

--one thing - road user charges should be removed for vehicles under a certain weight (eg, person passenger vehicles).      It is not like a diesel car damages the road more than a petrol car.  


Wreck90, when you buy that diesel that uses 5.6 litre per 1000km please let me know. I'm a bit old fashioned and go by the mpg, (miles per gallon), which works out at 505 mpg. Does the said diesel come with a sail.?   Smile   Smile

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