I lined up as early as 7am to get my fuel rebates at post office, Penang. Pos Malaysia really has an efficient service. Thank you very much Pos Malaysia.
With the rebate of RM625 by the government does help a little.
This is how I spend my RM625 within a day.
Donations to China Sichuan Earthquake --RM50
Donation to Myanmar Cyclone Nargis --RM50
These two tragedies have claimed thousand of lives and caused massive destruction.
Top up to full tank petrol--RM100
Go shopping and buy foodstuff--RM150
Buy present for Father's Day--RM100
Eat at Hawker Centre with family--RM25 (4 persons)
Cash Deposit into Bank--RM150 ( Future Fuel Expenses )
Malaysian Government like to say "Our Petrol is still the cheapest in the region"
Malaysian Government always compared the petrol price with non oil producing countries such as:
Singapore RM5.20 per litre
Thailand RM3.90 per litre
Why don't Malaysian Government compared the petrol price with other oil producing countries:
Brunei RM1.22 per litre
UAE RM1.19 per litre
Egypt = RM 1.03 per litre.
Bahrain = RM 0.87 per litre.
Qatar = RM 0.68 per litre.
Kuwait = RM 0.67 per litre.
Saudi Arabia = RM 0.38 per litre.
Iran = RM 0.35 per litre.
Nigeria = RM 0.32 per litre.
Turkmenistan = RM 0.25 per litre.
Venezuela = RM 0.16 per litre.
Tips To Save Your Petrol!!
Since the Petrol rates has been increased…here are the only tips to save petrol