Motorists who are confused and frustrated by the seemingly endless rise in fuel costs will no doubt be pleased to hear that the Road Haulage Association (RHA) is in support of a campaign to make pricing clearer.
The proposal by Robert Halfon, Tory MP for Harlow, to make the prices at the pumps more transparent, via a Private Members Bill, has been described by Kate Gibbs, RHA spokesperson, as "a real wake up call".
"If the cost of the fuel duty and the VAT is clearly shown on the receipt, it will make users far more aware of just where their money is going", she said.
Ms Gibbs went on to suggest that if the bill is passed, the cost of petrol will be put higher up on the political agenda.
Mr Halfon described the current situation as a "stealth tax" and suggested that fuel duty must be cut.
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