They also refueled in canisters, you don't often see such cheap diesel
In any case, it is a low-cost gas station, which is cheaper than the traditional competitors in the form of OMV, Shell or BP. However, you won't normally buy such cheap diesel here either. In Austria, diesel usually costs more than in Slovakia, roughly 1.65 euros or more (e.g. at highway pumps).
On Monday, however, you could fill up a car with a diesel engine in the city of Horn for 1.17 euros/liter. Dozens of drivers did not miss this opportunity. The traffic was increasing, the street was getting busier. Despite this, drivers patiently waited in line to fill their cars with cheap diesel. Some even brought canisters.
Let's add that since the new year, fuel prices have also increased in Austria, specific only to this country. This happened because of the CO2 tax. Gasoline and diesel went up by about 3-4 cents, writes Heute.at.
Journalists from this news portal contacted the Austrian motorist directly in the Lower Austrian town of Horn. He managed to fill up 21 liters of diesel for €24.58. But why didn't the Austrian “squeeze” more cheap fuel into his vehicle? “Unfortunately, my tank was only half empty,” he commented. Whether it was a mistake in the price tag or the price was deliberately set low is currently unknown.