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Tuesday, February 19 2008

BBC News - Petrol prices could surge to near record highs following a 2p rise in fuel duty. That increase could push up the average price of unleaded to about 98p, while diesel could exceed 1 if the cost is passed on to motorists.  The Petrol Retailers Association said the rise would put an undue "strain on motorists and petrol retailers alike".  BBC economics editor Evan Davis said the rise would be nearer to 2.3p when VAT was taken into account......The Budget also outlined another rise of 2p a litre next April and a further increase of 1.84p in April 2009. Petrol Retailers Association director Ray Holloway said the number of petrol stations was already falling and it would "not take much to push more stations out of business".

You all know about the rising petrol prices - well we have finally had to put up our travel costs from 20p a mile to 30p a mile.  The D4D team are covering a fair few miles these days and a lot of time is spent in the car getting to some of you, even though we do have walkers dotted over quite a large area of Northamptonshire. 

We hope this does not put any of you off using Dotty 4 Dogs, we are always aiming to provide you with the best level of service, this is just something that can not be avoided any longer!

Posted by: Julia AT 08:43 am   |  Permalink   |  Email

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