## Calculating the Bike GST for all Australian road users

The Bureau of Statistics (BIS) has released a handy calculator for the Australian road user, giving a breakdown of the GST on each vehicle, motorbike, and cycle in Australia.

The BIS has released the BikeGST calculator as part of a “bicycle fuel efficiency calculator” to help road users determine the best fuel efficiency for their journeys.

The calculator is designed to help drivers and cyclists determine the right amount of gas, oil, and other fuel to burn to run a vehicle.

It provides a simple and accurate method for calculating the amount of fuel they need to run their vehicles, whether it’s to drive home, cycle, or go on a run.

The calculator will work out how much gas, petrol, and diesel they need in order to get the right mix of speed, fuel efficiency, and cost of living.

It also shows how much electricity, heating, and water they need for the cycle, and how much to charge the battery when not on the road.

The bike gst is the amount per kilometre of road they use.

The calculator calculates the gas, fuel, and electricity costs for a vehicle using a “gas/electricity cost” formula.

The formula is based on the average gas price of a specific price group, and the cost of electricity to run the vehicle.

There is a cost of gas for each vehicle on the roads in Australia, and an average gas cost for a cycle.

A typical vehicle would require the average cost of petrol and diesel, and a cost per kilometer of road (kWh).

For a cycle, the average price for gas would be the cost per mile, and then the electricity costs, then the cost for the battery.

The cost per kilometre of roads and cycles can be calculated using the formula: cost per km of road = cost of diesel = cost per kWh of battery.

For a vehicle, the cheapest gas and electricity would be at the end of the road and the cheapest petrol would be in the middle.

For cycle fuel efficiency (CEF), the cost is the average fuel price per kilomete and the total cost per unit of fuel.

For the battery, the cost would be energy costs divided by the cost to charge.

The calculations are based on average petrol prices in each market and are updated daily.

For the calculator to work, it needs to be updated on a daily basis.

The current update is at 11:00am, with a new update at 4:00pm each day.

The latest update is available here: BIS Cycling Calculator BikeGST Calculator | Calculator | Bike Gas Efficiency Calculator | BIS | Road user calculator

## What to know about the latest news from Pakistan and Afghanistan in 2018

Pakistan is set to open its first high-speed internet service next year, a move that is expected to boost economic activity and help build a national infrastructure.

The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority said the service will provide fast internet connections to around 2.5 million people, or 40 percent of the population.

The new service will run on existing networks and will be offered in phases, the authority said in a statement Tuesday.

“The Pakistan Telecommunications Board has decided to initiate phase one of the new service with the intention to roll it out nationwide by the end of this year,” the authority added.

“Phase one will be based on a fibre optic network, which will offer a high-bandwidth internet connection to 2.3 million users,” the statement said.

The service is expected provide around 20 percent of Pakistan’s GDP, or \$20 billion.

Pakistan is currently struggling to find broadband and mobile internet service, and a nationwide rollout of the service would be an important step to make the country more competitive in the global economy.

The first phase of the network will be launched in the first half of 2020.

It will be followed by a second phase in 2021 and the final phase by 2022, according to the authority.

A total of 6.5 billion people are currently eligible for the government’s National Broadband Plan, which aims to connect around 100 million people in five years.

It aims to bring internet to at least 100 million Pakistanis, but there are concerns about the speed and reliability of the rollout.

In March 2018, the Pakistani government approved a deal to buy a joint venture between a British telecom company and the state-owned Pakistan Telecom to build a fibre-optic network to connect rural areas with high-frequency internet connections.

That plan was approved last year by the government and is expected in 2018.

The deal is aimed at creating high-quality high-performance fibre networks in rural areas and connecting those areas to the rest of the country.

The government said in March 2018 that it plans to launch phase one services in 2021.

However, Pakistan has not yet launched a full-scale fibre-to-the-home network, and there are still concerns about internet connectivity in rural Pakistan.