How can you possibly complain when you own a brand new MiTo?? :cheese: Bloody students. :lol:Bad news for the economy and people who have to commute. I am about to start my 3rd year at uni which is 30 miles away. Being a student my budget is pretty tight anyways and this just makes things even worse. More money spent on fuel means less money spent elsewhere to boost the economy. Jeremy Clarkson is talking sense when he says we are being governed by idiots.
A couple of pence isn't much for most people, but for others it could mean the difference between making ends meet or not.FFS its a couple of pence a litre
so for a full tank thats an extra £1.20 boo hoo
most on here claim to use shell v power or equivalent anyway so maybe you should go back to normal petrol and it will be 8p a litre cheaper
I'm sick to death of hearing this crap.A couple of pence isn't much for most people, but for others it could mean the difference between making ends meet or not.
Plus there is a principal at stake. The government has well and truely cocked up the countries finances, now they are expecting us to pay to sort it out.
Haha Lol I had no choice, my other car sort of blew up and i needed a car for uni and i couldn't afford to buy a decent 2nd hand one so i got one on finance. No complaints whatsoever about the MiTo, its miles ahead of any other hatch on the market, even the Mini with which its competing. Its much better looking than the Mini, the boot is twice as big, the interior is bigger and a more pleasant place to be, the seats are like no other and the mini is way too common and bland :lol:How can you possibly complain when you own a brand new MiTo?? :cheese: Bloody students. :lol:
This affects everyone so everyone will be paying more into the economy helping to boost it. It may have a knock on effect to consumer spending though.
£1.20 a week is £62.40 a year.i really dont think £1.20 or so a week is going to break anyones bank and if it seriously is then maybe they should consider downgrading their car to something more affordable.
i dont mean to offend anyone on a tight budget, i know some people are struggling right now but really 1.20 is such a small amount is it really noticable
They've got their heads screwed on then!! :lol:Oil companies are theiving *******s as well as HMT. They'll put the price up tonight but the duty on that fuel will have been paid weeks ago. When they know there's an increase coming they usually pay duty on excessive amounts to delay the effect of the increase. They put the price up and take 2p a litre extra profit.