WesBank and FNB did your homework for you with the Fuel Economy Tour, so that you can make the best possible choices when buying a car.
For a few years now, we’ve seen significant fuel price increases, but how do we rank against what people pay for fuel in other parts of the world?
Vespa have released their newest scooter, the Vespa GTS 300, which packs more powerful than anything they’ve done before.
As predicted, the price of petrol has been cut this month. Before you break open the champagne, however, you should probably read this.
Good news for car owners suffering through the petrol hikes. Recent data reveals that there could be a petrol price cut in December.
In case you didn’t know, we’re set for another significant fuel price hike in around two weeks. Maybe these guys are onto something?
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The rising cost of petrol is giving everyone grief. But where there is anger and despair, there are also Twitter memes to cheer us right up.
Do you know what the petrol price is in Cape Town? It’s R13.98 per litre. Do you know what the petrol price is in Jo’burg? R14.39. The consider this: we have no control over the oil price, which is set in dollars, and the Rand to dollar exchange rate stinks worse than a day-three Afrika Burn attendee. Quick heads up: petrol isn’t getting any cheaper, any time soon.
With petrol prices increasing, consumers can feel that pinch in their wallets. This infographic developed by DirectAxis explains where South Africa stands in terms of petrol pricing and it also offers tips on how to make your petrol go further.
Look, hard evidence speaks for itself. In a world where petrol prices continue to soar, you simply cannot afford to keep ignoring the amazing affordability of a scooter. Not if you want to keep on choking down those Woolies heat and eat meals you’ve been getting full-figured on. Vespa’s nifty calculator works out how much […]
As the petrol price is set to increase by 93 cents a litre on Wednesday, it’s been revealed that South Africa imported no crude oil from Iran last month, traditionally one of our biggest suppliers.