Lanka IOC also limits dispensing fuel to vehicles

Lanka IOC also limits dispensing fuel to vehicles

May 24, 2022   05:45 pm

Lanka IOC (LIOC), IndianOil’s subsidiary in Sri Lanka, has also decided to limit dispensing fuel volumes for vehicles at filling stations, in line with the Ceylon Petroleum Corporation’s move following the recent fuel price hike.

The move comes into effect from today (May 24).

Accordingly, filling stations are permitted to pump fuel worth only Rs. 2,500 for motorcycles at a single time.

For three-wheelers, the limit is set at Rs. 3,000 worth of fuel.

The maximum amount of fuel allowed to be dispensed into cars, vans and SUVs is worth Rs. 10,000. 

However, the restrictions are not applied to buses, lorries and other vehicles used for commercial purposes.

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