Sainsbury’s now charging for service that drivers used to enjoy…

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Sainsbury’s now charging for service that drivers used to enjoy…

Sainsbury’s now charging for service that drivers used to enjoy for free
2021-09-24 12:19:00
Sainsbury's has introduced a new 30p charge for shoppers who drive across the UK. The supermarket giant is now asking drivers who use their stores to pay 30p for a service that used to be free. For the latest traffic and travel news from across Hull and East Yorkshire, click here. Pumping air into tyres at one of their petrol stations will no longer be free of charge. It has emerged that drivers across the country have been hit by the changes when they have visited Sainsbury's garages, which used to offer free air. However, it is not only air that motorists must fork out for, as free water has been replaced too by screenwash – which comes with a fee of £1. Get traffic updates in your area A Sainsbury's spokesman said: “We regularly review the services we provide our customers. “We have invested in the facilities at our petrol filling stations, offering a variety of services including screen wash air towers and contactless payment options, offering even more convenience for our customers.” According to Birmingham Live, drivers have criticised the move in interviews with national media publications. One driver told The Sun newspaper: “Had to pay twice for air on your new money grabbing machine as thre

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