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Paying Through the Nozzle
8:25am 2nd March 2012
Fuel if you think it is cheaper.
The Countryside Alliance claims drivers in places like Cornwall are paying 4p a litre more for diesel than urban areas.
It is warning of a town/country divide.
This as prices are set to reach a record high later.
People in St Austell say a car is not a luxury if you live in the sticks: "The car doesn't even take twenty pounds, that'll last me three days. I use a lot of diesel and it has gone up quite a hell of a lot really, even in the last few days it's gone up again. Running my children to various activities and I child mind as well, so it does cost a lot".
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