The Department of Energy has announced the petrol and diesel price changes for February 2019, showing a slight increase.
From Wednesday, motorists will pay 7 cents per litre more for 93 and 95 grades of petrol, and between 1 and 2 cents per litre more for diesel.
The main reason for the fuel increase was rising international petroleum prices, which contributed between 12 cents and 17 cents to the overall hike.
“The average international product prices for Petrol, Diesel and Illuminating Paraffin increased during the period under review,” the department said.
To this end, we wish to alert all our customers to the possibility of a fluxuation in the fuel surcharges, as indicated on our rate sheet.
Management has advised that each quote, going forward will be costed on the current fuel price trending in the country, subject to Management’s approval.
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