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RAC predicts fuel prices to crash as low as 86p

With oil prices continuing their downward spiral the RAC has predicted the UK could see fuel prices as low as 86p a litre. In a statement released by the RAC they explain that since the beginning of December 2015 oil prices

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RAC survey reveals that company car drivers are more likely to be hypermiling

A survey conducted by the RAC has found that 40 percent of company car drivers actively changed their driving behaviour to improve their fuel efficiency, compared to just 27% of the general public. Whats more interesting is that 66 percent of company car drivers activity monitored their

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UK Government set to get tough on unfair rural fuel prices

The UK government is set to get tough on what it call the “dark art” of fuel pricing in rural areas across the county. The Tory MP Mark Garnier (Member of Parliament for Wyre Forest) said that the Competition and Markets Authority

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UK’s first forecourts offer less than £1 a litre, calls for supermarkets make further cuts

The UK has finally seen had it’s first taste of sub £1.00 a litre fuel as three forecourts in the West Midlands dropped their petrol price to just 99.7p a litre. The Harvest Energy garages in Birmingham, Redditch and Walsall have

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Supermarkets slash fuel prices yet again

With oil prices continuing to tumble the “big four” supermarkets have announced further fuel prices cuts that could pave the way for the magical £1 a litre. Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Asda will all reducing prices of both diesel and petrol

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Tesla car sales projections slashed as oil prices crash

For the majority of the world low oil prices are a good thing, cheap fuel and low inflation. However for the world’s leading electric car manufacturer – Tesla it’s cause for concern. Tesla has seen its stock price take a

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Fuel prices could go on the rise as world oil demand increases

The oil cartel Opec has upgraded its forecast for world oil demand raising concerns that motorists could soon be paying more at the pumps. The cartel which represents 12 of the world’s leading oil producing nations has expects oil consumption to

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