The tenth of shame
In addition to charging an exorbitant amount for their gasoline, the oil companies are making a mockery of the consumer by adding tenths of a cent (most often 0.9) to the posted prices. When they sell a liter of gasoline at more than two dollars, do they really believe that a tenth more or less will influence the choice of the banner. Do they fear bankruptcy. We have rightly rid our wallets of the cumbersome black pennies, why add a dime to an already high price. Will they have to wait until gasoline reaches ten dollars a liter before they are forced to do so because of a lack of space on their signs.
The oil companies are holding the owners of gasoline and diesel vehicles hostage, they could at least show them a modicum of respect by dropping this ridiculous practice that dates back to the days when gasoline was less than a dollar a gallon. (Translated)