NED Kelly must turn over in his grave because he cannot be part of the fuel price rip-off.
Politicians do not say a word as oil companies regularly mid-week put the price up high.
What does FuelWatch do in all of this? Is FuelWatch only there to tell us the price of petrol tomorrow and other than that it is a strong as a wet paper bag?
How can the price fluctuate on a product that is underground in tanks? If it is the price of oil on the world markets, why does the price of a tin of oil not go up and down on shelves in the auto shops?
I feel very sorry for our working people who travel far and have no choice but to pay.
It is wrong, but who cares?
CHARLIE GIBSON, Falcon.