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Gas Stations Confused Over Premium Use for Govt Cars
TEMPO Interactive, Yogyakarta:The government policy to limit the use of fuel
for state-owned vehicles still confuses gasoline stations, as they did not know the procedure for complying with the prohibition of state-owned vehicles from using subsidized fuel yet.
"We have texted via cellphones all the gas stations but many of them have not complied with the limitation rule," said Siswanto, Chairman of Yogyakarta Regional Executive Board for Oil & Gas Entreupreneurs Association (Hiswana Migas) Sunday, June 3, 2012.
The confusion was due to absence of clear implementation guidelines to the regulation from the central and regional governments. Siswanto added there was no explanation whether the rule applies only to all state-owned vehicles or only to new cars depending on their year of manufacture.
Siswanto wondered if the restriction also applies to two-or three-wheeled motorcycles. "This is confusing," complained Siswanto who also owns a gas station on Jalan Godean, Sleman, Yogyakarta.