Discussion in 'Sydney | Uber Drivers Forum' started by skyco, Apr 21, 2017.
$1.40 for 91 here in Melbourne.
Varies. Mostly around $1.31 for the same thing. Another blow for melbourne or so it would seem.
Yes we keep coping it here. Thank God for the Grand Prix, the Australian Open, the great food and coffee. I would have moved to Sydney along time ago otherwise...
Getting tired of melbourne traffic real fast
Thank goodness ive only ever worked ten fifteen kays from where ive lived with tram if needed to go in town
About thirty years ago - now that hurt typing it down - i got a sales job in The Basin where i only had to go in at end of day and got given car
The drive home to west brunswick was an hour
after the check was handed to me at end of week i told them - NO CIGAR
Ouch, that's high. $1.149 is the best around the inner west where I normally fill up.
East and North are around $1.30+ and further out west it's possible to get even lower, but I'm rarely out that way.
This is the link I've got permanently in one browser tab for the areas which consistently have good priced fuel and are close to where I'll often end up driving anyway.
$1.19 around peakhurst...for ulp
Metro Tempe is $111.9 for e10, $1.13 for ulp
@skyco hope they have dropped by now for you as im seeing 110.9 in many places today
106.9c 91 ULP at Metro Belfield
there's a new suburb for me!
had to look it up, near campsie... surprised i didnt know it
We are still being ripped off here in Melbourne, big time! Prices still around the $1.3x even at the cheapest stations.
Some serious price gauging by Coles and
Woolworths gas stations. ACCC can't see the problem. Go figure.
Hows most stations in Sydney?... are they controlled by the big supermarkets?
Anywhere near bells line of road?
They are struggling to compete.
Coles Express servos have some of the highest prices around usually. Long gone are the days when they offered 8-16 cents off per litre with supermarket special discount offers etc. Now it's mostly just the 4c which is worthless when their rates are so high.
Caltex Woolworths are a bit more competitive
7-eleven do a decent job, quite often they aren't far off the cheapest but it varies based on location (some are very high, others very low, and they alternate... head office really plays around with it alot)
Its the independent guys like Metro petroleum that consistently have the cheapest rates
@skyco , check this site out
PUMP PRICES (RETAIL)
Please use the following links to see average weekly retail (pump) prices for unleaded petrol and diesel across Australia.
Unleaded petrol pump prices
Diesel pump prices
Calendar and financial year average retail data for Petrol and Diesel is available for download as an Excel spreadsheet:
AIP Annual Retail Price Data.xls
For facts about Australian fuel prices, including retail prices, please go to:
Facts About Prices & the Australian Fuel Market
For more information on retail prices and for historical data, please contact the AIP at Petrolprices@aip.com.au.
For monthly charts which have been prepared by ORIMA Research Pty Ltd on behalf of the Australian Institute of Petroleum, please go to:
Monthly charts of unleaded petrol pump prices
For other sources of information about retail prices see:
Viva Energy Australia
Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism
Thanks @Riders Champion !
Your prices should be cheaper.
Perhaps find new retailers?
Without wasting having another app in your phone slowing it down, this site does the trick.
Goes to show how the north of Sydney gets ripped off!
Metro peakhurst ulp is 106.9
I use fuel check.
I'm on android and I close off background apps too...
Start of shift I also reboot my phone and check that my gps location is working ....had instances where Gps is hung and got no pings...
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