Taxes and oil prices could affect travellers wherever they want to go and may ultimately cause commuters to seek debt help.
On Friday, fuel duty rose by a penny a litre, which will hit drivers immediately and may hit people who travel on buses eventually, if fares are increased to pay for the duty rise.
Air travellers are set to be hit hard too, with Cheapflights Media's Francesca Ecsery warning that "if jet fuel prices move significantly above the current $89 per barrel, airlines will need to consider reintroducing fuel surcharges."
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