Thursday, August 5

Petrol prices hit highest level since 2013, says the AA – here’s how to cut costs


The average cost for a litre of unleaded has soared to £1.33, which is the highest level since October 2013, data from the AA reveals. Prices have been rising continuously since late November last year, when the average cost was £1.14 a litre. Diesel costs have followed a similar trajectory, rising from £1.17 in November to £1.35 last week, according to the AA.

This means a full tank for a 55-litre family car will set you back £73.15 to fill up with unleaded, and £74.66 for diesel – although the AA data does reveal that prices can vary by as much as 8p a litre depending on the garage, with Asda’s forecourts currently coming in cheapest on average for both unleaded and diesel.

For tips on how to cut prices and improve fuel efficiency, check out our Cheap Petrol and Diesel guide.





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