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New Zealand drivers hurting from the price of petrol
Kiwis are so concerned with the cost of fuel that they’ve taken measures into their own hands to save money on trips to the pump, according to the results of our recent survey.
The results of our latest survey show that nearly 70% of New Zealand drivers felt the rising cost of fuel has impacted their quality of life, and many New Zealand drivers worked around this problem in different ways:
- More than half of respondents saved money on petrol costs by only using their car for essential trips.
- Thirty eight percent of respondents waited for at least a day after the ‘empty’ warning light came on before refuelling their car.
- One in five New Zealanders utilised public transport options more than they did a year ago.
Roughly two thirds of New Zealanders also went to the effort of visiting a particular service station to take advantage of fuel discount dockets.
Our results also showed which service station brand stacked up as a five star brand for New Zealand drivers. Z Energy achieved five star ratings for nearly every criteria - taking out our most satisfied customers award for service stations. Congratulations are also in order for Gull, who received five stars for customer satisfaction with the price of their petrol.
Shell, Challenge, Caltex, BP New Zealand, Pak’N Save and Mobil were also rated.
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