As the economic fall out from the Coronavirus outbreak continues, resulting travel restrictions and drops in global demand for fuel
In some rare good news for petrol prices, motorists may see some relief ahead of the Australia Day long weekend.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released a new report on petrol price cycles across Australia’s five largest cities
The Master Grocers Association has warned that rising petrol costs may lead to a rise in the price of fresh foods, the ABC reported
MotorMouth Pty Ltd has urged South Australians not to fall for the mandated fuel price transparency con.
Following the release in December 2017 of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) quarterly petrol report, it was reported that average petrol prices in Australia’s largest five cities had hit their highest levels since 2015.
Natives of the Apple Isle have seen prices jump as much as 20cpl, with expectations of a continued rise to as much as 140cpl in the near future.
Recent, largely OPEC-inspired, increases in wholesale petrol prices have seen price increases in Sydney, and the ACCC is concerned that prices in other capital cities may follow.
RAA calls for NSW-style legislation to compel fuel retailers to report their fuel prices in real-time.