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  1. It's not a big news, the rise in petrol prices have been ongoing for month now going as high as S$4 per litre at Shell and Caltex. But as petrol prices have now hit a new high in Singapore, how can we as a driver save money? Here are a few tips I gathered that allowed me to save money on fuel: - Driving at a constant speed - No revolutionary tip here, most drivers know that driving at constant speed allows you to save fuel as lesser acceleration means lesser fuel consumption, but remembering it will never hurt. - Getting a petrol credit card - Most petrol cards allow you to sa
  2. Saudi Arabia sells oil at US$6-US$8 discount a barrel to undercut everyone else when prices already falling source: https://mothership.sg/2020/03/saudi-arabia-oil-price-crash/ Saudi Arabia announced a stunning discount in oil prices on Sunday, letting customers in Asia, the United States and Europe snap up supply at US$6 to US$8 discount per barrel. This measure sent oil prices and stock indexes into free-fall, as crude oil traded at US$28 to US$32 per barrel. As recent as 2014, prices went as high as US$115 per barrel. U.S. consumers will get cheaper fuel prices
  3. Hi, recently i had pump a full tank for my car. My pumping habit had not changed,but price of petrol had dropped slightly.But is also becos of price dropped ,i noticed i pumped more than my tank can hold. 50.25 litres for a 1.4 getz??to confirm this i gonna try on other brand petrol station .if is the same, meaning my car got some problem existing..just wan to share whether anyone encountered this? thanks.
  4. In Italy, bicycle sales have surpassed that of car sales. Last year, 1.75 million bicycles were sold in the country as compared to 1.748 million vehicles sold. This is the first occurrence since the Second World War. Several factors could have contributed to this phenomenon. Firstly, the European debt crisis that resulted in job losses could have made some Italians turn to lower cost of transportation. In addition, escalating fuel prices and high costs associated with maintaining a car could have affected car sales as well. Recently, petrol prices hit
  5. [extract] On 5 Aug 11, S&P downgrades the US credit rating from AAA to AA+. The following day, world stocks plummeted due to concern over the US economic health. The fear of a recession was in everybody
  6. I'm sure you don't need me to tell you that petrol prices in Singapore seem to be constantly going in only one direction of late. So this week's news comes as no surprise. As someone who utilises the car almost everyday, the rising prices can be quite disheartening, even with whatever discounts we can squeeze from whatever cards or offers we make use of. That said, I actually came across an article a while back, comparing prices of petrol in the US and various European countries. And when I compared the prices, and calculated our own after currency conversion, we don't seem to fare
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