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AA Provides Advice to Kiwi Drivers as Fuel Subsidies End

AA Provides Advice to Kiwi Drivers as Fuel Subsidies End

The AA (Automobile Association) has given advice to New Zealanders as fuel subsidies are set to end. The 25 cents per litre discount, which was intro

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The AA (Automobile Association) has given advice to New Zealanders as fuel subsidies are set to end. The 25 cents per litre discount, which was introduced last year, has helped ease the financial burden of high fuel prices. The AA suggests filling up the tank a few days before the end of the month to avoid potential queues. They also recommend using alternative modes of transport, looking for fuel discounts, shopping around for lower fuel prices, planning multiple tasks in one outing, driving smoothly, and maintaining proper tire pressure to save on fuel costs. They mentions the end of the discount on road user charges and the upcoming changes to public transport fares.

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