Germans flock to Poland to fill up on fuel after Polish tax cuts see German prices undercut by up to a third
Ever since Polish authorities lowered the fuel tax from 23 to 8 percent for half a year, many drivers from Berlin and Brandenburg have started visiting Poland to buy fuel
German drivers prefer to tank up at Polish gas stations
Germans choose to buy fuel in Poland due to significantly lower prices, which are the result of the Polish anti-inflation shield introduced before Christmas, reports German tabloid Bild
EU slaps fuel tax on private jets
The tax may not reach its intended purpose as typical private jet owners will probably be able to afford the extra cost.