Liberal National Party Leader Deb Frecklington said Queenslanders had once again seen Labor drop the ball on real-time fuel pricing.
“It has taken Labor four months to get on board with real-time fuel pricing, while Queenslanders have been slugged with some of the highest fuel prices in four years,” Ms Frecklington said.
“Yesterday, Labor announced a trial into real-time fuel pricing, but it is still not clear how Queenslanders will get access to the real-time information and how much Queenslanders will be slugged.
“Labor are still on the side of the multi-billion dollar fuel companies, not Queensland motorists.
“They need to be putting pressure on these fuel companies, not finding excuses for keeping fuel prices high.
“Labor haven’t even committed to a start day for real-time fuel pricing and instead are hosting another round table.
“This is just more grandstanding from Labor.”