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If you want to fill up at the cheapest price try this site:

 

http://www.petrolprices.com/

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Or you could try http://www.pipelinecard.org/ I have signed up it looks like another case of the consumer bitiing back!!!!!

 

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Not yet. they are still gathering names etc for the cards but it has been covered on national press so i think it is genuine. As it doesnt cost to sign up i thought what the hell!!

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The last mailing I had said that they were anticipating launch in May/June. The TV programme I saw showed a scheme in Holland that works very well. So it certainly has a good basis for working, and the people involved seem to be doing their homework.

 

Today the banks....tomorrow the petrol companies! :)

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hurrah... cheaper petrol prices... more pollution... more asthama. did you know that according to the WHO that in real terms 7 times as many britons die from the cr*p drivers pump out into the air than they do from passive smoking.

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When you live in a sparsely populated area,work awkward hours cheap petrol is a bonus cars or motorised transport a must.would you cycle for 3/4 of an hour at4.30in a morning in winter to get to work?any day of theweek normally 6 days oh and do call outs on your bike? think not.

 

I signed up as well to pipeline.they also hunt round for the cheapest prices in your locality weekly.

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hurrah... cheaper petrol prices... more pollution... more asthama. did you know that according to the WHO that in real terms 7 times as many britons die from the cr*p drivers pump out into the air than they do from passive smoking.

 

For some people having a car is a necessity not a luxury. If I could travel to work by public transport I would but unfortunately I am unable to so I have to drive.

 

I find petrol / diesel prices in this country to be scandalous and if I can get a few pence off then great!

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hurrah... cheaper petrol prices... more pollution... more asthama. did you know that according to the WHO that in real terms 7 times as many britons die from the cr*p drivers pump out into the air than they do from passive smoking.

 

Ok my busisness involves me driving on average 1000 miles a week all over Scotland. If you can suggest someother way for me to get to and from the different sites i have to attend i would be delighted to hear it. Petrol prices in this country are a disgrace and it is time something is done about them.

 

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yes, how about you actually pay the true costs of your business that others are suffering through their health. people choose where they live... all that rubbish about "oh i have no choice". sob sob sob.

well im out of here, i thought this place was ethical but when we have threads popping up going on "how can i pollute more cheaply" it obviously isn't. the only disgrace about petrol prices is that tens of thousands of people die every year from air pollution and then some people moan it's not cheap enough.

 

"over 1,500 people die in Scotland each year from passive smoking, there are 2,000 deaths from vehicle emissions."

 

"The European Union could save up to 161 billion euros a year by reducing deaths caused by air pollution, the World Health Organization has said.

Air pollution reduces the life of the average European by 8.6 months. "

 

"The health consequences for people with lung diseases like asthma and emphysema can lead ultimately to a premature death

Grahame Pope

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" Premature deaths due to particulate matter

Germany 65,088

Italy 39,436

France 36,868

UK 32,652"

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I am amazed - having signed up for at the petrol prices and pipeline websites, I find that my belief that Tesco fuel was always gonna be cheaper than my local garage on the corner (I live in a remote area) was completely wrong!!

 

I used to travel 7 miles to fill up at Tesco when getting my shopping, but now I find I will save 2 1/2p per litre by buying from my local garage!!

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yes, how about you actually pay the true costs of your business that others are suffering through their health. people choose where they live... all that rubbish about "oh i have no choice". sob sob sob.

well im out of here, i thought this place was ethical but when we have threads popping up going on "how can i pollute more cheaply" it obviously isn't. the only disgrace about petrol prices is that tens of thousands of people die every year from air pollution and then some people moan it's not cheap enough.

 

"over 1,500 people die in Scotland each year from passive smoking, there are 2,000 deaths from vehicle emissions."

 

"The European Union could save up to 161 billion euros a year by reducing deaths caused by air pollution, the World Health Organization has said.

Air pollution reduces the life of the average European by 8.6 months. "

 

"The health consequences for people with lung diseases like asthma and emphysema can lead ultimately to a premature death

Grahame Pope

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy"

 

" Premature deaths due to particulate matter

Germany 65,088

Italy 39,436

France 36,868

UK 32,652"

 

 

Have you actually thought that Cars are a necessary evil?

 

Maybe if the governments etc invested alot of money into the transport system to get it to a standard where everyone was able to get to whereever they needed to go by public transport then folk would have no qualms about leaving their cars at home.

 

Until that happens people are going to have to drive! So instead of moaning about how people are coming on here giving folk the choice to decide if they want to "pollute more cheaply" why don't you get onto your MP etc etc and demand they take action which allow folk to have the choice to either drive or use public transport.

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Untill the goverment / car manufacturers make none or less polluting transport cheap enough for the working class then the more affluent amongst us will have to bear the price of "hybrid"electric cars etc as well as having a conscience.

 

Transport has to be viable,wether you live in the urban areas or wherever.I did notice when i last filled up.(using price comparison sites). that the petrol/diesel was ULTRA LOW SULPHUR.

Any vehicle on u.k. roads which has a valid current M.O.T. will be as economical /fuel efficient and "clean"as possible under current regulations.As consumers we can do no better than that and use them as little as possible.i,m sure people on here can,t afford to joyride!

Question...How many bus companieswould pick me up at 0530am and bring me back at20.00hrs in the middle of Lincolnshire.

 

As for the Physio who came on.My sister is a Physiotherapist so i am aware of the distress people with respiratory disease can be in.She drives too! Give us a viable alternative and we,ll take it.

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yes, how about you actually pay the true costs of your business that others are suffering through their health. people choose where they live... all that rubbish about "oh i have no choice". sob sob sob.

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Tell me do you Drive a car?, are you that fortunate to be able to buy rent a place wherever you want to live? perhaps you dont have a car. but everyone even YOU contributes to atmospheric contamination, do you not use electricity or gas, I think you ought to look to your own contamination of the planet before you critise others

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Or you could try http://www.pipelinecard.org/ I have signed up it looks like another case of the consumer bitiing back!!!!!

 

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there are 2,000 deaths from vehicle emissions."

 

 

Thats what they tell you, when realy there is a number of diseases that our countries keep unrecognised and covered up and these would make anyone think you had all the symptoms you can find to list, so they would tell you something that they cant do any thing about. Emissions..Its a cop out statistic as per usual.

 

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