Homes man for cheap gas

Homes man for cheap gas

Large lines formed in the center of Olstenvik, police said in Muri and Romsdal.

The reason is that people leave their homes to secure cheap fuel.

People who wish to return home from work are being advised to take an alternative route home, the police wrote on Twitter/X.

The price has now dropped to NOK 10.68 for diesel and NOK 11.68 for 95 unleaded petrol.

Ciri Melchior of Ulsteinvik himself stood in line for over an hour and 15 minutes to refuel on Thursday afternoon.

Queued: Ciri Melchior stood in line for over an hour to get cheap soup for the car. Photo: private
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– I filled myself with 15.46. She just got a picture on Snapchat and she’s under 10 now. I hear rumors of wild lines and chaos in the city centre, Melchior tells Dagbladet before 5pm on Thursday afternoon.

Cheap: These fuel prices haven't been popular in Norway for a very long time.  Photo: Oddbjorn Sonde

Cheap: These fuel prices haven’t been popular in Norway for a very long time. Photo: Oddbjorn Sonde
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She also had time to reflect on fuel prices, which have generally remained above NOK 20 over the past year and a half.

– 1 hour and 15 minutes in line for fuel. This is where we come in. 16 crowns a liter seems like a bargain, and people leave work in the middle of work hours to queue, Melchior wrote on Facebook.

She believes that more and more people are realizing that the value of the krona should change.

With several interest rate hikes expected, I am personally very excited about the next few months, I wrote.

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