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Do u all feel that with the shift in our attention towards rising coe prices, we have forgotten how crazy petrol prices have become?

Are we getting used to rising petrol prices too?

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A lot of things we cant do.

 

But still.... nice for a coffee talk mah!

 

Last time the way we cursed the cartels very funny

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I tot I just saw a reduction poster of $0.04 by esso when I pump petrol today?

 

 

U know the current price of v power now?

 

Vis a Vis the price of crude oil

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U know the current price of v power now?

 

Vis a Vis the price of crude oil

 

I remember when I last pump.. 2.52?

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I tot I just saw a reduction poster of $0.04 by esso when I pump petrol today?

It was actually raised 4 cts a day before the reduction.......so it's still back to the same old price as of 7 Feb after the reduction 1 day later........ [laugh]

 

Anyway for the past few weeks the increase has been ard 16 cts with reductions of 1 ct and the recent 4 cts.... [:p]

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I remember when I last pump.. 2.52?

Last week pump at $2.62 before discount.

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Petrol is cheap here lah. But most rides will spoil if anything below RON 98/ Vpower is used.

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Do u all feel that with the shift in our attention towards rising coe prices, we have forgotten how crazy petrol prices have become?

 

Are we getting used to rising petrol prices too?

 

 

Dunno leh. I just know 97 has dropped fm rm2.90 to rm2.70/lit last few months.

 

Maybe jb petrol follow oil price closer. SG petrol more how much cartel can cut yr throat.

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It was actually raised 4 cts a day before the reduction.......so it's still back to the same old price as of 7 Feb after the reduction 1 day later........ [laugh]

 

Anyway for the past few weeks the increase has been ard 16 cts with reductions of 1 ct and the recent 4 cts.... [:p]

 

 

So its just another one of their tricks to make u THINK petrol price has come down. [laugh]

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Dunno leh. I just know 97 has dropped fm rm2.90 to rm2.70/lit last few months.

 

Maybe jb petrol follow oil price closer. SG petrol more how much cartel can cut yr throat.

 

MY 97 drop because of election. ..

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MY 97 drop because of election. ..

They don't have to drop ron97 for election reason. Their ron95 has been rm1.90 which is only for Malaysia vehicle

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if it can help to reduce congestion, i think it is good that pump price go up.

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They don't have to drop ron97 for election reason. Their ron95 has been rm1.90 which is only for Malaysia vehicle

 

There are alot of Malaysian pumping 97 for their cars too, they want to buy their votes. The crude have increase but not their pump price. Its all controlled.

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There are alot of Malaysian pumping 97 for their cars too, they want to buy their votes. The crude have increase but not their pump price. Its all controlled.

 

Yup. All controlled. Sadly, it's not controlled here... [rolleyes]

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if it can help to reduce congestion, i think it is good that pump price go up.

 

 

Theres erp. Coe. And now there's petrol price?

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Yup. All controlled. Sadly, it's not controlled here... [rolleyes]

 

Used to be controlled about 20 years ago. People so happy when gahment liberalized then. Now, it's the hard truth.

 

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Many dont realize that $0.04 x 250l is only $10 per month differences.

But when you look at pump price not so distant past (2010), the price were $1.70 per l for Mobil 98.

 

Differences is $0.30 x 250 = $75 per month.

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Yup. All controlled. Sadly, it's not controlled here... [rolleyes]

 

Here is controlled up isn't it [laugh]

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Many dont realize that $0.04 x 250l is only $10 per month differences.

But when you look at pump price not so distant past (2010), the price were $1.70 per l for Mobil 98.

 

Differences is $0.30 x 250 = $75 per month.

 

I believe most driver don't really bother about the pump price in sg, in msia where petrol are "so cheap" yet many are buying hybrid to save on petrol..... Sgrean are too rich...

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MY 97 drop because of election. ..

 

 

I think 97 drop cos oil price drop.

 

If 95 drop....then its cos of election. [laugh]

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