We've had plenty of deliveries, and now most people have their little-used cars sitting at home with a full tank that'll last them at least a year it's getting back to normal. Still no super-unleaded, and diesel seems to run out fast in local stations.There was a little old chap next to me on Sunday; as I put £97-worth in my car he topped up his little hatchback with less that a fiver of petrol, so panic buying isn't over yet!
I only keep two 5lt cans of fuel for the mower and two of two-stroke mix, so can only do about four days between re-filling them. I refuse to carry more, or fill the house with fuel, as I couldn't live with the safety risk to others. To me it's better to risk runing out than blow half my street up.
John Cooke said:
I'm still convinced stocks will be back to normal by Wednesday. If they aren't, I'm in trouble.
in the back of my truck i have 5 litres of unleaded and its been there for over 2 months. and i queued up as normal at the pumps and but the £20 or £30 in as i normally do and an elderly gent hogged 2 pumps and streached the hose over his roof and filled his car to the brim. i laughed when he drove off with his fuel cap hanging on its string. took me 45 minutes extra queueing the other day and when you take that off the working day its very inconvenient and costly.
good point !!!!!
Richard Boyd said:
I’m stunned, I really can’t believe how many people fell for the smoke screen to cover Camerons bung us £250K and I’ll see you right.
There was no strike scheduled!!!!
If a politician opens its mouth always ask yourself what does it really mean.
Yeah but you have to be safe! having 345lts of fuel in ur van is 12lts over the legal limit, its not that they are police, but we all use the same roads and you are driving round in a bomb