Great Vancouver oil prices have risen unreasonable,
we have a way to deal with!
With the hot summer approaching, when refueling in Metro Vancouver, drivers probably also discovered that the price of oil has risen to an unreasonable level. For example, yesterday (Wednesday, June 23) the oil price has risen to 165.9 cents per liter.
DAN McTeague, chairman of Affordable Energy, even predicts that by Friday (June 25), oil prices will reach 169.9 cents per liter.
He said that the surge in oil prices this time was related to a problem in a refinery in Washington State, the United States, which stopped producing gasoline and affected the supply. In addition, the high vaccination rate in the United States has caused the economy to recover, which has caused oil prices to rise.
McTeague said that even in Washington State, wholesale gasoline prices have soared. However, he mentioned that if the relevant refinery resumes production, the retail price may be reduced by 5 cents
Based on the current situation, even the oil price is reduced by 5 cents, it still exceeds 160 cents per liter based on the current situation. For the general public, it is all life pressure. Therefore, how to save fuel has become the last word.
There are still some principles you can pay attention to. The first is to choose a time to refuel, try to be at night. Dan McTeague, an analyst at the gas price statistics website GasBuddy.com, reminded drivers that gas stations usually lower the price of gas by 3 to 4 points at night, and generally lower the price of gas by 3 to 4 points on weekends. The editor has also encountered this. At the same gas station, the price of oil at night is 10 cents cheaper than during the day. Therefore, drivers try to avoid refueling during the day on working days as much as possible.
In addition, driving at a speed can also save fuel. Josh Smythe, car care manager of car repair and insurance company BCAA, said that for ordinary vehicles, driving at a constant speed between 80 kilometers and 85 kilometers per hour on the highway is the most fuel-efficient. Driving mode,
“swift acceleration, frequent braking, and frequent line changes are all driving habits that increase fuel consumption.”
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“When you slam on the pedal like this regardless of whether you are stepping on the refueling pedal or the brake pedal, fuel consumption will increase by about 35%-40%.”
Josh Smythe also reminded drivers not to walk around between lanes and maintain a fixed speed to save fuel.