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Monday, January 25, 2016

Seeing prices of 8.43p per litre (46 cents per US Gallon) in Michigan is economically mind-boggling for the UK motorist to grasp or experience. At this undreamed of level, State and Federal Taxes aggregate to a more UK recognised tax take of 74%. But that is where any across the pond comparison stops. How the US fuel supply chain can make any money at this price is fantasy and almost perilous in terms of commercial viability. But such local price wars are fleeting and only show the difference in motoring culture between the UK and our cousins in the US. UK retailers are constrained by ...

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