With the petrol price in major flux, we thought we’d breakdown all the factors which contribute to the petrol price and the knocks to your wallet.
We all breathe a sigh of relief whenever the fuel price drops, only to roll our eyes at the next hike; but when it comes to knowing what we’re paying for the true cost of fuel is a bit of a mystery.
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As you can see, there’s a number of different factors contributing to the overall cost of fuel, which is why we experience such high fluctuation in petrol and diesel prices. The only way to combat this fluctuation is to make allowances for worst case scenarios in your budget when choosing a car.
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If you’d like to find out more about fuel prices, read Bidvest Bank’s full blog post, What Affects the Petrol Price in South Africa?
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