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  1. Dan

    By:DanMar 30, 2006
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    http://www.fairshare.nsw.gov.au/

    Any NSW residents get there and sign up
     
  2. Matabele

    By:MatabeleMar 30, 2006
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    Ya bunch of sooks.

    Qld has a far bigger area to service and is also the least centralised state in Australia.

    It's called economies of scale you dimbwits.
     
  3. Dan

    By:DanMar 30, 2006
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    Mate I will sign a friggin website petition if it means I get some more cash in my pocket and cheaper petrol
     
  4. byso

    By:bysoMar 30, 2006
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    Oh brother. Were you playing your banjo when you typed this Dan ;)
     
  5. Dan

    By:DanMar 30, 2006
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    you can talk, where do you stand in the dingo line?
     
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    By:NarcissusMar 31, 2006
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    Damn fuel taxes!

    I remember when the toll on the Harbour Bridge was meant to be only until the Bridge was paid off.

    Then it was meant to be until the Tunnel was paid off.

    Now it's there to continue paying for the roads... well that's what the fuel tax is for!

    Man... nothing like an unafraid incumbent government to screw you over...
     
  7. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMar 31, 2006
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    they libs will never listen anyway

    i signed just in case

    No wonder this state is going downhill we are forced by the libs to give money to other states, we are allocated an education budget then told where to spend it by the libs again, workers are already losing overtime rates, public holiday rates and holiday loadings due to the workplace legislation crap.
     
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    By:bysoMar 31, 2006
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    It's a smokescreen to hide there own incompetents. Simply getting all there excuses together for the next election.
     
  9. clontaago

    By:clontaagoMar 31, 2006
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    Not much chance of either of those happening!

    On a brighter note LPG should decrease next month, petrol will increase steadily over the next few weeks.
     
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    By:bysoMar 31, 2006
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    I can't believe certain people fall for such pathetic tactics.
     
  11. Dan

    By:DanMar 31, 2006
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    Not much chance of either of those happening!

    On a brighter note LPG should decrease next month, petrol will increase steadily over the next few weeks.

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    You want to help me out with a mates rates conversion
     
  12. Fluffy

    By:FluffyMar 31, 2006
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    its all a smokescreen byso - none of it is true.........

    whats the opposition leaders name again?? (without looking it up?)

    the way you pay out the federal labor party and then pull every excuse you can think of out of your arse for the state libs shows your hypocrisy and once again why people like you shouldnt be allowed to vote
     
  13. clontaago

    By:clontaagoMar 31, 2006
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    I could definitely make a few calls. Could probably get interest free finance as well.
     
  14. Dan

    By:DanMar 31, 2006
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    I have the cash..

    Nah probably wont bother, I coupe` doesn't have a very big boot to start with and I need to get a stroller etc in there :)

    Linda and I need to save to buy a house too. Though if you could give me a general idea of price it may be worth it
     
  15. clontaago

    By:clontaagoMar 31, 2006
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    Good install will cost you $2500. Quick Summary

    Ave Petrol Price in Syd in Jan: 120.6
    Ave LPG Price in Syd in Jan : 58.7

    Ave of 15,000 km per year
    Lancer probably 10L per 100km

    1500 litres x 120.9 = $1808 per year for Petrol
    x 50.87 = $969 per year for LPG

    Conversion cost recouped in around 35 months.

    The differential of 65 cpl is about average, although keep in mind at one stage last year petrol was 139.0 and LPG was 39 cpl. Conversions at that stage were through the roof.
     
  16. Dan

    By:DanMar 31, 2006
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    damn if it is only $2500 it is probably well and truly worth it. Screw financing I can get that outright
     
  17. clontaago

    By:clontaagoMar 31, 2006
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    I might be able to get them down a fraction from that too. Let me know if you are ineterested and I will get you a quote.
     
  18. Fluffy

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    but you dont get the same milage out of gas - it chews through it a bit harder. General payback is around 5 years based on people i have spoken to who have had it done.

    So what it comes down to is how long are you going to have the car for?
     
  19. clontaago

    By:clontaagoMar 31, 2006
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    Fluffy 4th gen systems are nearly equiv. to petrol as far as mileage is concerned. Thats what I have quoted Dan on.
     
  20. Dan

    By:DanMar 31, 2006
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    Fluffy and hopium are hippies, he drives a car fuelled by hemp oil!
     
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