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Driving Tips For Saving Gas

Driving Tips For Saving Gas

March 11, 2022 / By Zunair Tahir / Blogs

Tips for conserving gas when driving

Following the worldwide economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, which spurred an upsurge in demand for petroleum goods, we were already paying more for energy. Now, as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, global gas and power prices have risen, and motorists are paying higher gasoline prices than ever before. There are, however, ways to save money at the pump, as well as one or two tactics you may use behind the wheel to reduce the impact.

  • Drive less

The most apparent strategy to save money on gas is to drive less. If possible, take public transportation. Why not walk or ride your bike to the store? Of course, in the winter, a car may be the only practicable mode of transportation.

  • Ease up on the Accelerator

Gas likes speed, so take it easy on the gas pedal. Your wallet will appreciate it, and you’ll be a lot safer as a result. Driving too fast can also be dangerous and very risky for u and other people around

  • Drive More Slowly

Driving more slowly actually reduces drag, which boosts fuel consumption and results in a smoother ride.

  • Idle For Less

Warming up your car for lengthy periods of time is a waste of petrol, something most of us are guilty of. In reality, idling your automobile for more than a minute wastes gasoline and produces a lot of greenhouse gas.

  • How Cool Is Gas?

Here’s something to think about the next time you’re at the pump: gas is often colder and denser earlier in the day. As a result, start filling up at dawn. Wait until the temperature has increased and the density has decreased, resulting in less gas when you pump. Regardless, you’re just receiving a small amount of extra fuel in your tank.

  • Monitor How And When You Brake

Recognize when to apply the brakes effectively. Another technique to waste gas is to brake excessively. Instead, decelerate whenever it is safe and possible.

  • Turn Off The Engine

Turn off the engine after you’ve reached a stop. Excessive idling wastes a lot of petrol. It’s why most modern cars include a stop-start system, which automatically shuts down and restarts the internal combustion engine to limit the amount of time it spends idling, lowering fuel consumption and pollutants.

  • Streamline Your Vehicle

Wind resistance should be eliminated. According to the Department of Energy, aerodynamic drag may increase fuel consumption by up to 20% on the highway.

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Petroleum dealers are going on strike across the country starting today.

Petroleum dealers are going on strike across the country starting today.

November 25, 2021 / By Zunair Tahir / News Pakistan

KARACHI: The Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) declared on Wednesday that they will go on a nationwide strike starting tomorrow (November 25) to protest what they describe “poor profit margins.”

According to PPDA Secretary Noman Butt, all petrol stations across the nation, including Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir, would close at 6 a.m. on Thursday for an extended duration.

  • Petrol stations across Pakistan will close from 6 a.m. on Thursday for an extended duration, according to dealers.
  • According to PPDA Secretary Noman Butt, “no government official has contacted us regarding our demands so yet.”
  • The secretary of the PPDA bemoans the fact that the government continues to reject their demands.

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He stated that the government has continued to reject their demands, and that they would not engage in negotiations with authorities unless their profit margins on petroleum product sales are enhanced by 6%.

Butt said that the administration had already assured the gasoline dealers that their demands would be satisfied, hence the strike had been called off.

“We called off the November 5 strike after getting assurances from the administration that our demands will be met,” Noman Butt stated.

The PPDA secretary responded to a query by saying that no government official had contacted them regarding their requests so far.


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Beginning August 1, the price of gasoline in Pakistan was increased by Rs1.71 per litre.

Beginning August 1, the price of gasoline in Pakistan was increased by Rs1.71 per litre.

On Friday, Shahbaz Gill, the premier’s adviser on political communication, announced that the government has hiked the price of fuel by Rs1.71 per litre.

The decision was taken, according to Gill, based on the advice of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA). As a result, from August 1, petrol would cost Rs119.80 a litre.

NEW GASOLINE PRICES

PRODUCTOLD PRICENEW PRICEINCR/DECR PRICE
HIGH SPED DIESEL (HSD)116.53116.53+1.71
PETROL118.09119.800.00
KESOSENE OIL87.1487.75+0.35
LIGHT DIESEL84.6784.670.00
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According to him, it was agreed to keep the pricing of high-speed diesel unchanged since a rise in this product has a greater impact on the “ordinary man and farmers.” As a result, diesel would remain at Rs117.53 a litre.
Similarly, the price of light diesel oil has remained unchanged.
Meanwhile, from August 1, kerosene would be Rs0.35 more expensive per litre, costing Rs85.75 per litre.
It was rumoured that OGRA had proposed a fuel price rise of Rs1.71 per litre and a diesel price increase of Rs2.27 per litre.
It was also claimed that it suggested a Rs0.35 per litre increase in kerosene prices and a Rs0.24 increase in light diesel oil prices.

Any Relief For the People

According to a finance ministry statement, the government has been giving maximum comfort to customers by lowering the prices of petroleum goods since April 2021.

It stated that, despite rising worldwide oil costs, the government decided not to transfer the whole expense of the increase on to consumers. The sales tax and fuel levy rates have been lowered to give maximum assistance to consumers.


The government has approved a Rs5.40 per liter rise in petrol prices.

The government has approved a Rs5.40 per liter rise in petrol prices.

July 15, 2021 / By Zunair Tahir / News Pakistan

  • The price of high-speed diesel has risen by Rs2.54 per liter.
  • The price of kerosene oil has risen by Rs1.39 per liter, while light diesel oil has risen by Rs1.27.
  • The OGRA has suggested an increase in petrol prices of Rs11.40 per liter.

“Keeping the public interest in mind, Prime Minister [Imran Khan] went against OGRA’s suggestion and authorized a Rs5.40 rise in fuel price,” the special assistant added.

PRODUCTOLD RATENEW RATE
PetrolRs112.69118.09
High Speed DieselRs113.99116.53
Kerosene OilRs85.7587.14
Light Diesel OilRs83.4084.67
OLD & NEW PRICING

The federal government has authorized an increase in the price of fuel by Rs5.40 per liter, according to Shahbaz Gill, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Political Communication.

The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has proposed an increase in fuel prices of Rs11.40 per litre.
Gill went on to say that the government would now shoulder the cost because it had rejected OGRA’s recommendations in order to offer “maximum assistance to the people.”

Any Relief For the People

According to a finance ministry statement, the government has been giving maximum comfort to customers by lowering the prices of petroleum goods since April 2021.

It stated that, despite rising worldwide oil costs, the government decided not to transfer the whole expense of the increase on to consumers. The sales tax and fuel levy rates have been lowered to give maximum assistance to consumers. It went on to say that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority had proposed a Rs11.50/litre rise in fuel prices, but the prime minister only approved a Rs5.4/litre increase to offer maximum comfort to the population.


Bad News !! Petrol Prices Increased Again By Government

Bad News !! Petrol Prices Increased Again By Government

July 16, 2021 / By Zunair Tahir / News Pakistan

  • Petrol prices have been raised by Rs5.40 for the next 15 days.
  • Because to the rise in international oil costs, the government claims it has no choice but to raise POL prices.
  • According to the Finance Ministry, the government is doing all possible to help the people.

PRODUCTOLD RATENEW RATE
PetrolRs112.69118.09
High Speed DieselRs113.99116.53
Kerosene OilRs85.7587.14
Light Diesel OilRs83.4084.67
OLD & NEW PRICING

ISLAMABAD: The price of fuel in Pakistan hit its highest level in history when the government issued a Rs5.40 per litre hike, bringing the new price to Rs118.9 per litre.

According to Petroleum Division authorities, the previous highest petrol price was PKR 117.83 per liter published on August 1, 2019. Because of the rise in crude oil prices in the international market, the government hiked the price of petrol by Rs5.40 per liter and of high-speed diesel (HSD) by Rs2.54 per liter for the next two weeks on Thursday.


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Similarly, kerosene and light-diesel oil (LDO) prices have been raised by PKR 1.39 and PKR 1.27 per liter, respectively.

After the increase, petrol will sell at Rs118.09 per litre, diesel at Rs116.53, kerosene at Rs87.14 and LDO at Rs84.67.

The new prices will be effective from today.

‘No Relief’

Fawad Chaudhry, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, stated in a tweet that the government had “no option” but to raise the petrol price due to worldwide market pricing.

In terms of petrol pricing, he stated that it will cost Rs118 per litre in Pakistan,

  • Rs146 in Bhutan
  • Rs147 in Sri Lanka
  • Rs167 in Bangladesh
  • Rs172 in Nepal
  • Rs189 in China
  • Rs220 in India

Any Relief For the People

According to a finance ministry statement, the government has been giving maximum comfort to customers by lowering the prices of petroleum goods since April 2021.

It stated that, despite rising worldwide oil costs, the government decided not to transfer the whole expense of the increase on to consumers. The sales tax and fuel levy rates have been lowered to give maximum assistance to consumers. It went on to say that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority had proposed a Rs11.50/litre rise in fuel prices, but the prime minister only approved a Rs5.4/litre increase to offer maximum comfort to the population.


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