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18 Sep 2021 11:03
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    Motorists are being urged to shop around -- to avoid the pain of climbing fuel prices

    Motorists are being urged to shop around -- to avoid the pain of climbing fuel prices


    The starting range of 91 is now two-dollars-15 in Christchurch, two-dollars-38 in Auckland, and two-dollars-39 in Wellington.

    Global demand for oil is on the rise, as world economies recover from the pandemic.

    AA motoring manager Mike Noon says motorists should consider joining discount schemes, that help keep prices down.

    He says motorists need to look for the best deal as prices fluctuate.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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