Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by RollingRog, Aug 12, 2017.
off to France soon was wondering if the diesel is cheaper over there?
Edit: Maybe. I had overlooked the current value of the pound. An example today is that diesel is approx 1.16 E/litre in Morlaix. If you have not pre-purchased Euros at a good rate then the cost is about the same(ish).
Thanks that's much what I thought time you do the exchange not much in it and I could fill up at Costco for £1.09 a litre before heading got tunnel
Much the same cost at the moment, though I always get better mpg in France. Probably just I'm more relaxed and easier on the throttle than our overcrowded and potholed roads. (some French roads are crowded and some have potholes, but not so common to have both on the same road)
Keep going, it's cheaper in Spain, the self serve ones can be about €1/L
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