Petrol prices down to lowest level since October 2021 - The Evesham Observer

Petrol prices down to lowest level since October 2021

Evesham Editorial 11th Jan, 2024   0

PETROL prices have fallen to the lowest level since October 2021, new figures show.

The AA said the average price for a litre of the fuel on Wednesday was 140p.

The last time petrol was cheaper was on October 13 2021, when it averaged 139.6p per litre.

Diesel averages 147.8p a litre, which is the lowest price since August 2023. This time last year, petrol and diesel averaged 149.5p and 171.9p a litre respectively.

AA fuel price spokesman Luke Bosdet said:

“While the dramatic improvement in pump prices gives big savings to families and businesses, and also redirects millions of pounds from fuel sales potentially back to the high street, pump prices remain historically very high.

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