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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. Do you feel that their 95 feels like esso/shell 92? That's why their 95 is cheaper?
  3. Remember the good old days where you could bring your whole family across the border and enjoy everything our neighbouring country has to offer? With the affordable prices of petrol, topping up your gas tank before coming back to Singapore was something no one would skip. But there are some people who go a little too far to save a couple of dollars. Like this! 😂 Which brings us to video below. I'm scratching my head as to why this driver is trying to ensure that every cubic meter of fuel is stored inside his car. Given that our petrol prices in Singapore are exorbitant
  4. http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/china-oil-giant-enters-singapore-petrol-station-business Or are they joining the cartel?
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