During the past week, 143 verifications were made following 180 complaints filed in the App Liter by Liter
This Monday, November 11, as every week at the beginning of the AMLO morning conference, the presentation of Who is who in fuel prices was made.
The head of the Profeco Ricardo Sheffield Padilla indicated that during the past week 143 verifications were made following 180 complaints filed in the Liter by Liter application of Profeco.
These verifications resulted in the shutting down of two gas stations and 24 pumps.
Ricardo Sheffield, head of the Federal Consumer Prosecutor’s Office ( Profeco) , reported as every Monday in a morning press conference the ‘who is who’ in fuel prices and said that the highest price for regular gasoline was located in Los Cabos, Baja California; Emerald Gas, SA de CV sold it at 21.99 pesos per liter.
From the National Palace, the owner of Profeco said that the cheapest price for regular gasoline was in Tabasco, at 17.70 per liter price to the public.
In the case of Premium gasoline, Ricardo Sheffield pointed out that the highest price was located at the Benito Juárez mayor’s office in Mexico City, where the liter was sold for 22.89 pesos; while the cheapest was in Luz del Carmen Hernández, Veracruz, where it was sold at 18.20 per liter.
In the case of diesel fuel, the highest price was in Zapopan, Jalisco, at 22.35 liters; the cheapest was found in Medellín de Bravo, in Veracruz, at 18.89 per liter.
He explained that Chevron, Redco, and Shell are the franchises that sold the most expensive gasoline in the country in the period from October 31 to November 6.
Ricardo Sheffield Padilla explained that there were 180 complaints and complaints addressed, as well as 143 visits.
He added that 24 pumps that did not give full liters were immobilized, while two gas stations were not allowed to verify in Veracruz.
Ricardo Sheffield, head of Profeco, said at the morning press conference of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Monday that the Federal Consumer Attorney’s Office began the review of restrooms at gas stations.
Introducing the ‘who is who’ of fuel prices, Ricardo Sheffield added that the revision to the toilets of the service stations will be done since it is a basic and necessary services
The owner of Profeco said that the cleanest bathrooms of the petrol stations reviewed are in Centro Tabasco, Grupo Dibala de Pemex, where they do not charge and also have bathrooms in excellent cleaning conditions.
Ricardo Sheffield said that in Zapopan, Jalisco, the Shell brand dispatcher maintains the dirtiest bathrooms and also charges.
The head of Profeco indicated that 405 gas stations were reviewed, of which 385 do have public toilets and 21 do not.
22 percent charge the bathroom and the rest is free; 97 percent clean 10 percent is dirty
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