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Fuel price disparity grows

AVERAGE UK fuel prices are increasing and there is a growing disparity between the most expensive and cheapest places to refuel, according to the latest PHH Vehicle Management AllStar fuel report. Highest, lowest and national average fuel prices are recorded in 41 towns and cities across the UK.

They are: Unleaded - lowest, Southend 71.92p a litre/326.94p a gallon; highest, Reading 74.18p/337.20p; average, 73.2p/332.77p. Diesel - lowest, Stoke 73.89p/335.89p; highest, Cambridge 76.72p/344.23p; average, 74.93p/340.63p. Liquefied petroleum gas prices remain stable at an average 37.5p a litre/170p.

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