I'm not really here
Join Date: Aug 2006
supply and demand
Yesterday I was driving to Tynemouth, and as I approached Chester-le-Street I noticed that I was running low on juice. Ahh, tis ok, cos Washington services is around the corner.
Pull in - £1.489 a litre. I stuck 20 quid in, didn't take long.
In Tynemouth it was £1.309.
It is just greedy opportunism. As often as not, when such disparities exist, for whatever reason, it's simply a case of exploitation. Nothing clever. Nothing innovative. Nothing justifiably rewarding hard work, adversity tackled or skilled enterprise.
You are rotters, and cads - and I hope I never see you again.