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Old 18-03-12, 05:24 PM   #1
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Filled up at Morrisons as usual on Saturday. Had to go into the kiosk to pay to redeem the 15p off a litre offer.

The bloke gave me a Morrisons Miles card - which you canuse in the self service pumps. 500 litres = 5 off the weekly shop. I've been missing out on some free money.

Anyway, tried a tank full of Esso last week, the car ran like a bag-o-crap. Turns out branded fuel isn't all its made up to be.

It's Morrisons own blend for me.
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anyone else found that BP is cheaper than shell at the moment?

anyways btt, this card, can you just ask for one?



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Tesco fuel is a load of shit. When I fill there, I always find I go through fuel quicker. If I get it from asda, it lasts much longer.
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Tesco fuel is a load of shit. When I fill there, I always find I go through fuel quicker. If I get it from asda, it lasts much longer.
Asda for me as well.
With a bottle or Redex every now and then.

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Old 19-03-12, 02:38 PM   #5
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we have a company up here, well in darlo called harvest and they sell that biofuel crap...staying well away from there like

heres one for trem and jazz...have you noticed that new petrol station on yarm road...used to be a gypo car wash...seen the prices of diesel there...1.48!!!! how can they justify that when shell around the corner are selling at 1.44/1.43 and bp on north road are at 1.41!!!



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Diesel is about 1.42/44 around here, Gloucestershire area. Petrol at about 1.36/37
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Yep just ask the cashier for a card - you take it away there and then - no form filling etc.
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I have heard that bio diesel is hazardous to the fuel pipes, is there any truth to that?



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Shell diesel here in Turkey is currently 3.96 lira or 1.41 per ltr




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Bio Fuel is like putting curdled milk in your tea instead of nice normal milk

It is thick and clogs up your fuel system and causes no end of problems. My local garage thinks it's the best thing since sliced bread as he has made a fortune from people trying bio fuel and then paying him to sort out the problems
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