Cars have become more expensive for many shoppers, and the price of petrol and diesel is rising, with new cars now costing about 10 per cent more than the old models.

Car manufacturers have been forced to introduce new versions of their petrol engines to meet rising fuel costs, with prices on new cars going up by between 25 per cent and 40 per cent.

The fuel subsidy scheme was introduced in April 2018, with the first petrol and light diesel vehicles costing around $6.50 and $9.50 respectively.

But in the last year, new petrol and electric vehicles have been significantly cheaper, according to data from US research company Kelley Blue Book.

It found that the price per kilometre of petrol went up by 8 per cent between January and April 2018.

New cars are not the only reason for the rise in fuel costs.

In many areas, the cost of fuel has been rising at a faster rate than inflation.

In some areas of Australia, for example, the petrol price has risen by 12 per cent in the past year.

The price of a new car is usually much cheaper than the petrol.

But the fuel subsidy programme has allowed petrol and other fuels to rise by about 10 cents a litre, compared to about 9 cents a kilometre.

This has caused petrol and oil prices to increase for many consumers, particularly in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, which all have higher average household incomes than the national average.

Fuel subsidies are intended to help low-income households pay for their fuel bills.

In many countries, the government has been providing fuel subsidies to low- and middle-income people for decades.

Australia’s fuel subsidy is administered by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), which is charged with monitoring the tax burden on low- to middle- income earners.

According to the ATO, it is a complicated matter, but it is possible to calculate a person’s fuel costs using the average cost of a standard family car and a standard household gas or diesel fuel.

In January 2018, the ATOM estimated that a typical Australian household had a $6,500 petrol subsidy, a $2,600 petrol subsidy and a $1,500 diesel subsidy.

This means that a household of two would pay around $2.50 in fuel taxes each month on their petrol, diesel and petrol and non-petrol fuel costs and about $3.50 for their petrol and gasoline and non–petrol petrol and petrol.

This is about $2 per month.

The ATOM says that while it is difficult to say exactly how much fuel is subsidised, it estimates that fuel subsidies for the average household are about $15 per month, which is about the same as the price for a standard-issue car.

The fuel subsidy program has been extended in some states for some time.

However, some states have not had fuel subsidies extended, including Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.

However, the new petrol prices in the United States have increased by about 5 per cent since June 2018, and new diesel prices by almost 20 per cent, according the US Department of Transportation.

This increase in fuel prices is also affecting consumers.

In the last three months of 2017, the average price of gasoline for the US was $2 a gallon, up from $1.70 in the previous three months.

In Australia, the price has increased by 10 per 100 litres since April 2018 at a rate of 2.2 litres per litre.