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December

Petrol prices set to move down
03 January, 2014

Petrol prices are set to ease downwards as economic, fiscal and commodity trends combine to provide some positive news for UK motorists, according to the PRA.

Diesel thieves foiled after lifting 1,500 litres
03 January, 2014

Thieves attempting to steal diesel from a filling station in Carlisle were foiled after an alarm was tripped and police raced to the scene and caught them in the act.

Indies' £10m 'support' for supermarket business claim by Certas retail boss
03 January, 2014

The independent forecourt retailer sector could be supporting supermarket businesses to the tune of £10 million a year by participating in loyalty card schemes, claims Ramsay MacDonald, retail director of Certas Energy.

Petrol addict arrested on forecourt
03 January, 2014

A man addicted to sniffing and drinking petrol has been given a suspended prison sentence after twice breaching an ASBO banning him from petrol stations.

Man jailed for £6,000 crime spree
03 January, 2014

A man who stole more than £6,000 worth of fuel from petrol stations across southern England and South Wales has been jailed for eight months.

PRA wins business rates concession
20 December, 2013

Petrol filling stations will be included in a business rates discount after intervention by the PRA.

60,000 litres of smuggled alcohol seized
20 December, 2013

Around 60,000 litres of smuggled vodka and beer have been seized from two industrial units in Edmonton, north London, during a raid by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Workspace opened at M25 services
20 December, 2013

One year on from the launch of its workspaces at UK motorway service stations, Regus has announced the opening of a second ‘Regus Express’ on the M25.

Car makers breaking European rules says IGA
20 December, 2013

A new study by BOVAG, the Independent Garage Association’s (IGA) European counterpart, has found that only six of 13 manufacturer websites examined allowed the researchers to successfully establish a connection between a vehicle and the manufacturer’s website.

UK car production set to top 1.5 million in 2013
20 December, 2013

UK car makers are set to exceed production of 1.5 million cars for the first year since 2007.

As the Government is urged to publish its plans for E10 by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Bioethanol, would you welcome the introduction of E10 as the right next step in cutting automotive carbon emissions?