31 May 2023

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Galway taxi drivers frustrated at fuel price increases

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Galway taxi drivers frustrated at fuel price increases

Galway Bay FM Newsroom – A new report by Carzone shows 69 percent of people say fuel cost is a main financial concern when buying a car.

It comes as the price of diesel and petrol rises by 5 and 6 cent respectively at midnight, as excise duty cuts lapse.

Carzone’s Karl Connolly says the fuel price rise means people are more likely to go electric:

These taxi drivers in Eyre Square told FYI Galway say the fuel price increases are frustrating but there’s nothing they can do about them

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