The average price of a liter of petrol went up yet again as the cost of living crisis continued to spiral out of control. A liter of fuel will now set motorists back an eyewatering 185.04p. To put that into perspective, only a year ago, a liter of petrol cost 130.53p on average.
The news comes after it was announced the other week that filling up a 55-liter family car would now set drivers back over £ 100, as the Mirror reported.
Luke Bosdet, the AA’s fuel price spokesman, said: “If prices keep going up, they will give the Government further justification in its call to the Competition and Markets Authority for an investigation.”
With that in mind, we’ve put together a more up-to-date list of the cheapest fuel prices as of today. Obviously, it will constantly change, and it’s worth keeping an eye on those forecourts.
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Super Unleaded 186.9p
Premium Diesel 186.9p
ESSO Nottingham Road (Chaddesden Express)
Super Unleaded 194.9p
Sainsbury’s Osmaston Park
Jet Bakewell (MFG Park View)
Super Unleaded 199.9p
Premium Diesel 205.9p
Gulf Matlock Fuel Express
Super Unleaded 197.7p
Premium Diesel 188.7p
Super Unleaded 194.9
Super Unleaded 196.0p
Premium Diesel 207.9p
Let us know in the comments if you have spotted anywhere cheaper.