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Ministry Launches Website Enabling Motorists to Search for Cheapest Petrol

 

mingYou are driving in Croatia and want to know where the cheapest petrol is sold in your vicinity?

The Ministry of Economy have just launched a portal – www.min-go.hr – which enables motorists to search for the cheapest petrol stations in the country. Motorists can search by location and they will be given details of where the cheapest petrol, diesel and LPG is sold in that area. The portal will soon have a mobile application. From 15 February all outlets that sell petrol, diesel and LPG are required to notify the Ministry of price changes.

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