Save Petrol Quotes

“The day we run out of petrol is the day Iran will be free.” – Abbas Kiarostami

“Politicians are always saying that they are in support of Iraqi citizens and now they are increasing the price of petrol. We were oppressed for 35 years. We are like a sick patient who is in need of care, and they are increasing prices” – Muhammad Ali

Petrol price is a deregulated

“Petrol price is a deregulated commodity, price of which is decided by our oil marketing companies based on input cost and other parameters.” – Veerappa Moily

“The only time an Australian ever walks is when his car runs out of petrol.” – Barry Richards

“Sex is like petrol. It’s a galvaniser, a wonderful fuel for starting a relationship.” – Elizabeth Jane Howard

“We must not let ourselves be swept off our feet in horror at the danger of nuclear power. Nuclear power is not infinitely dangerous. It’s just dangerous, much as coal mines, petrol repositories, fossil-fuel burning and wind turbines are dangerous.” – David J. C. MacKay

“What a country calls its vital economic interests are not the things which enable its citizens to live, but the things which enable it to make war. Petrol is more likely than wheat to be a cause of international conflict.” – Simone Weil

“I feel like an aeroplane at the end of its flight, in the dusk, with the petrol running out, in search of a safe landing.” – Winston Churchill

“….”we saw this big dark red leech hanging off his back. We were dancing round yelling: ‘We’ll burn it off! Get the petrol! Stay still Mr Kassar, you can trust us!’ He wimped out though, and made us use salt. Very boring.” – John Marsden

A tent, a roll mat, a little

“A tent, a roll mat, a little bit of food, a bit of petrol in your tank and a vague idea of where you’re going and that’s all you need.” – Ewan McGregor

“Someone threw a petrol bomb at Alex Higgins once and he drank it!” – Frank Carson

“D’you know, I put so much petrol in me car the other day, I couldn’t get in!” – Vic Reeves

“The nuclear arms race is like two sworn enemies standing waist deep in gasoline, one with three matches, the other with five.” – Carl Sagan

“I can’t go to the cinema. I go to the bathroom in a petrol station and people come in there for autographs. It’s tough but I knew that was going to be the case.” – Lewis Hamilton

“Too many people in the modern world view poetry as a luxury, not a necessity like petrol. But to me it’s the oil of life.” – John Betjeman

“Touring can be tough; the crew and I travel everywhere by a big pink bus, and live in petrol stations.” – Marina and the Diamonds

“Catholic homes caught fire because they were loaded with petrol bombs.” – Ian Paisley

I'm always fearful. … Fear

“I’m always fearful. … Fear generates in you a huge energy. You can use it. When I feel that mounting fear, I think, ‘Oh, yes, there it is!’ It’s like petrol.” – Judi Dench

“It would indeed be a tragedy if the history of the human race proved to be nothing more than the story of an ape playing with a box of matches on a petrol dump.” – David Ormsby-Gore, 5th Baron Harlech

“It’s an illusion I’ve noticed before– words on a page are like oxygen to a petrol engine, firing up ghosts. It only lasts while the words are in your head. After you put down the paper or pen, the pistons fall lifeless again.” – Elizabeth Wein

“I drove to Oxford with my van full of petrol and tin cans, as I didn’t know there were service stations on the motorway. I pulled up on the hard shoulder and got my cans out. Then I filled up and set off again. That’s how naive I was – so much not a cosmopolitan girl.” – Jeanette Winterson

“We did a gig at the Marquee and we were supposed to be paid five pounds but we never got it, and it cost us something like 10 pounds in petrol to get there to do it. So what we did was steal some equipment from The Marquee.” – Andy Partridge

“So unlike having to convert, you know, all the cars’ or all the lorries’ petrol stations, once you’ve actually got the clean fuels, it’s relatively easy to, you know, get it to the airplanes.” – Richard Branson

“Food is fuel and it keeps us going just like a car needs petrol. When you’re running a car it’s important to think about what fuel you’re putting in because if you put in the rough stuff, what’s going to happen? The car’s going to slow down and perform badly because you’ve neglected it.” – William Katt

“My dad was also a teacher until he was 34. I think there is a basis in reality. But I’d only done two jobs before I was an actor. I worked in a petrol station and I worked in a supermarket.” – Domhnall Gleeson

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“I was recently looking at what they can actually do to reduce consumption of petrol. It would be quite possible to build automobiles out of carbon fibre that would be just as strong, weigh 10 times less and consume 10 times less petrol.” – Susan George

“When I was a child I wanted to be a petrol pump attendant. I suppose you have all sorts of thoughts as a child and at the time I figured that it was a way to avoid doing anything like going on stage.” – Saffron Burrows

“I like the light that comes off metal shutters at siesta time in the summer, having a break from driving in the shops at motorway services, the odour of petrol at petrol stations, rolling down little slopes. I hate it when you tread in a puddle and the water soaks your socks.” – Audrey Tautou

“People were buying milk, or filling their cars with petrol, or even posting letters. And what no one else knew was the appalling weight of the thing they were carrying inside. The superhuman effort it took sometimes to be normal, and a part of things that appeared both easy and everyday. The loneliness of that.” – Rachel Joyce

“I’ve got a fierce passion for politics but I can’t stand the smarmy, hypocritical upper-middle-class dictator nation that prevails and has always prevailed in this country. I’m up for petrol bombers, mate, and fighting in the streets.” – Pete Doherty

“No man treats a motorcar as foolishly as he treats another human being. When the car will not go, he does not attribute its annoying behavior to sin; he does not say, ‘You are a wicked motorcar, and I shall not give you any more petrol until you go.’ He attempts to find out what is wrong and to set it right.” – Bertrand Russell

“You are a wicked motorcar, and I shall not give you any more petrol until you go.” – Bertrand Russell

“I always feel like rejection is my petrol. That’s what keeps me going.” – Laura Kightlinger

“In a war you have to take up arms and people will get killed, and I can support that kind of action by petrol bombing and bombs under cars, and probably at a later stage, the shooting of vivisectors on their doorsteps. It’s a war, and there’s no other way you can stop vivisectors.” – Tim Daly

We should be working

“We should be working towards a carbon-neutral Britain by 2050. We should be working towards the elimination of petrol-driven motor cars, we should be really radical in what we do – the urgency of the problem is really enormous” – Menzies Campbell

“God made us: invented us as a man invents an engine. A car is made to run on petrol, and it would not run properly on anything else. Now God designed the human machine to run on Himself.” – C. S. Lewis

“Saving petrol is saving India’s money. This is a sense of patriotism. The country can be energy-independent by energy conservation. I appeal to the other ministers also to do this.” – Veerappa Moily

“It’ll be nice to know that every gallon of petrol a Manchester United fan buys is going into our kitty.” – Noel Gallagher

“The cost of motoring is a massive issue at the moment, there’s no question. The price of petrol goes up every time you go to the petrol station.” – Lucy Powell