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Petrol prices show slight fall in July

FUEL prices eased slightly last month, according to the latest AA Fuel Price Report.

The AA Fuel Price Report July 2001 said the cost of unleaded dropped by 0.8p per litre/3.7p per gallon, diesel fell by 0.5p per litre /2.3p per gallon and high octane unleaded fell by 2p per litre/9p per gallon.

While at supermarkets, unleaded was down 1.4p per litre/6.4p per gallon, diesel dropped by 0.6p per litre/2.8p per gallon and high octane fell by 1.5p per litre/6.8p per gallon.

At garages the national average for unleaded was 79p per litre/359.1p per gallon, while diesel was 78.5p per litre/ 356.8p per gallon. High octane cost drivers on average 81.5p per litre/370.6p per gallon. The National average price for LPG was 37.38p per litre.

The average supermarket price for unleaded was 76.9p per litre/349.6p per gallon. Diesel cost 77p per litre/350p per gallon and high octane retailed at 80.1p per litre/364.1p per gallon.

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