Drivers are being warned of petrol-price rip-offs around Australia, as some retailers fail to pass on savings to customers despite plummeting global oil prices. Some retailers in Sydney's west have been selling regular unleaded fuel for as little as 96 cents a litre, but in other parts of the country, the prices remained more than 60 cents higher than that.
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