Fuel prices have been rising in France since February 2019.

Fuel Prices Go Up, Gasoline at the Highest Level Since 2013

While the price of diesel is very close to its peak in October 2018, just before the start of the yellow vests, the executive is considering a cap on taxes on fuel prices. Readjusted in January 2019, pump fuel prices continued to rise in the country’s petrol stations. To avoid a further growl of the French, the government would […]

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The new Peugeot 208 will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show, from March 7th to 17th.

Electric, Petrol or Diesel: Peugeot Presents its New 208 at the Geneva Motor Show

Peugeot presents its new 208 which will be the big star of the Geneva Motor Show, from March 7th. It is offered with three possible energies: electric, petrol or diesel. From the first glance, this new generation of Peugeot 208 is confirmed by its sharp design, infusing youth and energy . Built from the latest generation of PSA platform, the […]

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Fuel prices have tended to fall since November.

Manche: Fuel Prices Down Since November

Since November 2018, fuel prices have dropped in the department of Manche, according to a study by a specialised site. In the Manche department, fuel prices have been on a downward trend since November 2018. This is the result of a recent study conducted by the station-essence.net site   throughout the country. The average price per liter at the pump rose from 1.53 euros […]

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Distrubutors pledge to pass on fuel savings day to day

Fuel: Distributors Pledge to Pass on the “Day-to-Day” Drop in Oil Prices

The government is trying to quell the grumbling over rising fuel prices, as we approach a call to block the roads on November 17th … The Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, assured him, Thursday, the fuel distributors are committed to reflect the day-to-day decline in crude oil prices at the pump. The government is trying […]

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Fuel taxes will increase in 2019

Fuel: Taxes on Diesel and Gasoline Will (Still) Increase in 2019

The government has announced the increase of taxes of 7 cents on diesel and 4 cents on petrol, from 2019. In return, it encourages the scrapping premium. Will driving a car become a luxury? The government is continuing to raise  fuel taxes.  In 2019, those on gasoline will increase by 4 cents per liter next year , and those on diesel 7 […]

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Berlin orders the recall of 774,000 Mercedes in Europe

Diesel: Berlin Orders the Recall of 774,000 Mercedes in Europe

The German Ministry of Transport has ordered the immediate recall of 774,000 Mercedes vehicles equipped with software capable of distorting emissions levels. The German Ministry of Transport ordered on Monday 12th June, the immediate recall across Europe of 774,000 Mercedes vehicles , equipped with software capable of skewing emissions levels. “The government is ordering an immediate official recall due […]

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Why do the price of fuels in France keep rising

Fuels: Why Pump Prices Will Continue to Rise

Geopolitical context, rising national taxes … fuels for the car is expensive for a few weeks, especially if you drive diesel, and it’s not over. 1.40 euro on average for a litre of diesel . Almost a cent more than last week according to France Info . The unleaded SP95 is close to 1.49 euros, an increase of 0.65 cents. While the SP98 […]

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Fuel prices continue to rise at French Service Stations

Fuel Prices Continue to Rise at French Service Stations

FUEL PRICES: The price of a litre of diesel fuel, the best-selling fuel in France, is up 0.94 cents … The rise continues at the pump. According to official figures released on Monday, fuel prices sold at French petrol stations continued to climb last week. The price of a litre of diesel fuel, the best-selling fuel in France with about […]

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Is this the end of diesel in France

Automobile: Is This Really the End of Diesel?

Porsche has just announced the end of the diesel engine on its bestseller, the Macan SUV. And this is not an isolated case. Statements to this effect are multiplying. The “Dieselgate” never stops making waves. This scandal, created by Volkswagen’s lie about the polluting emissions of its diesel engines , has discredited diesel as a whole. And since the politicians got involved in the debate, the spirits ignited: […]

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