Goole is one of a number of petrol stations around England to highlight the balance of tax and profit on fuel
Signs are being put up at a petrol station in Goole, and around the country, to show drivers how much tax they're paying on fuel.
They show that on a bill of 30 pounds - 18 pounds goes to the government in tax - and just 12 covers the fuel, with the retailer getting just one pound.
Joesph Richardson runs a garage in Goole, he explains why he's got involved.
"We're just trying to highlight the fact it is already a very highly taxed product. It's also becoming less affordable for business and the public, therefore we think Government should look to tax other areas to raise their income."