IAM calls for lower prices at motorway services

Chauffeurs with a sweet tooth are paying up to 40 per cent more for snacks then they would on the high street the IAM has warned. A large Snickers bar costs 90 pence from a motorway service area compared to 68 pence from a high street branch – 32 per cent more – while a regular coffee costs 16 per cent more on the motorway.  A packet of McCoys crisps was almost 45 per cent more expensive than a shop on the high street, and a packet of...

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