Brisbane motorists have been urged to take the power back from overcharging service stations after paying almost 14¢ a litre more for unleaded petrol in 2018 than the previous year.
DRIVERS can look forward to petrol prices to continue falling over the next week in the lead-up to Christmas.
But experts say motorists should not think they are getting a good deal.
SKYROCKETING fuel prices could soon reach an all-time high in Brisbane, with some servos already jacking-up the cost for motorists.
Service stations in the inner-city were yesterday spotted selling unleaded …
PROVIDING jobs for young Ipswich people was a driving force behind a first-time business owner opening Ipswich’s newest service station.
The tanks are fuel-laden and 7-Eleven at West Ipswich is …
Daryl Passmore, 28 February 2016
AUSTRALIAN Competition and Consumer Commission boss Rod Sims admits the watchdog may be powerless to halt profiteering by petrol companies.
Mr Sims said the ACCC …