Saturday, September 10, 2016
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Enough is enough. Fuel prices are increasing week by week. It's about time you put a stop to it.
The diesel in my local Tesco has went up 7p a litre in the last 5 weeks, it is now £116.99 a litre.
Can we please get stuck into these independent forecourt retailers who are not passing on falling prices and pocketing the cash -they are greasy bandits who are just taking the p@$$
I own a diesel ford focus on which was spent some £2500 primarily on a new clutch, flywheel and alternator.Given the adverse attitude being taken to diesel, I would not have spent this money, the car is now worth little although very reliable. I look forward to being compensated.
I would not mind paying some of the taxes levied on my car if it was actually used to repair and maintain the road network. I live in a rural area and it is dangerous having to swerve around massive potholes where there is a blind bend ahead.
I own a BMW 320D Not even 3 yrs old and which cost over 27K, mayor Khan deems this vehicle unfit for london if he gets away with extending congestion/ ULEZ zone to nth / Sth circulars he will effectively be creating a "financial Berlin Wall" around our city this is a disgusting attack on car drivers petrol or diesel who live in suburbs who driven out by house prices have to commute and what about those who are carers etc who have to enter proposed new zone this is where we live and we will effectively be cut off from those in zone unless we cough up
I believe there are far more effective ways of reducing pollution, as suggested by Fair Fuel UK than just increasing tax on diesel vehicles.
the uk government bave made a futune on fuel tax .it will coast peoples jobs banning petrol and diesel cars not everyone wants an electric car they are dictating to what peoplle can do and have .