Let's look at examples of how fuel price protection works
Different options for subscriptions, fuelling, calculation and compensation when fuel prices rise
Marie lives in the suburbs of Avignon, has a Citroën Picasso, works in the city and drives about 100km 3-4 times a week from home to work and back. Total per month is about 1600km. At an average consumption of about 8 liters of gasoline per 100 km this is about 130 liters of petrol per month.Marie filled up her beloved Citroën at her favorite Total Energies gasoline station at 20 Av. Pierre Semard, 84000 Avignon, France on 29 September, with 60 liters of E10 gasoline at a price of €1.8, worth €108.
Klaus was compensated for both the first and the second filling station, as the price increased by more than 10% in both cases. For the first one, €34.5, at €0.23 per liter for an increase of 11.38%. For the second one, €58.5 at €0.39 per liter, although the price increase was 27.18%, but the compensation was paid within the selected 20% increase. The total compensation was €93.
Her cost is: €36
Her cost is: €11.22
It means Her benefit is €25.78!
His cost is: €114
His cost is: €21.12+€21
It means His benefit is €71.88!