By July 5, 2022, Tuesday, diesel and kerosene prices will experience a P3 and 3.40 Peso rollback.
The fifth fuel price rollback of 2022 will see P3.10 slashed off the per-liter price of diesel.
Most major local oil companies put the fuel price hike in effect beginning at 12:01 AM on Tuesday.
After what seems like endless fuel price hikes, oil companies have set only the fourth rollback of the year for this Tuesday.
Caltex, Cleanfuel, Petro Gazz, Pilipinas Shell, Seaoil, Total, and Unioil will all participate in the rollbacks.
Amidst high prices, here’s a silver lining in the form of a fuel price rollback predicted by the Department of Energy.
Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) is rolling back some of their prices for select models and variants.
This has got to be the biggest price drop in years for these two models.
NLEX-SCTEX toll fees increase by 1 peso for all entry and exit points due to retraction of toll rollback.
NLEX corporation rolls back its toll hike by one peso across all classes of vehicles.
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