Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Phew, it's coming down!

And not a moment to soon.
Fuel is on it way, way down. Just a couple of months ago, it was costing up to around $95 to fill the tank.
This evening at the BP Mulgrave Road servo, regular fuel has dropped to $1.04 a litre. If you fill up at least once a week, as I do, it cost only $64, that's over a $1,600 p.a. saving.
The word on the street is that we'll see it below the one buck mark prior to Santa's arrival.
Personally you have to question how this commodity can vary so dramatically in such a short space of time.

1 comment:

Paul W, Edmonton said...

It's already below a dollar in Brissy, I heard.