(PRWEB UK) 3 December 2014
Here is the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) response to the Department of Transport's statement on petrol price signs on motorways, https://www.gov.uk/government/news/petrol-price-signs-on-motorways
Neil Greig, IAM Director of Policy and Research, said: “We at the IAM greatly welcome this move, at last it will give motorway users the chance to compare prices and not feel ‘held to ransom’ at hefty premium prices charged on these routes.
“Using a motorway should not be seen as a penalty, and service station operators need to think long and hard about the charges they make. They should not see motorway users as a ‘cash cow.’
“We also see fairer prices on motorway fuel as just the start – there is no justification for such eye-watering prices for food, refreshments or other such essentials.”