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Nearest and cheapest petrol exposed by AppyParking

AppyParking aims to show motorists the cheapest and nearest petrol stations to save them money when they fill up.

Pump prices vary greatly around the country, suburb and even time of day, with 40.1% of petrol stations consistently selling standard unleaded petrol above the UK average, whereas 37.2% of stations are consistently selling diesel above the UK average.

A large disparity in prices means that London motorists have the greatest potential to save, but with a tap of the button AppyParking will calculate the motorist’s location anywhere in the UK and then show the nearest and cheapest petrol station to them. Motorists can even pre-plan a journey from A to B with the app telling the user the cheapest place to fill up along that route.

Dan Hubert, CEO of AppyParking, said: ‘’We are very excited to give motorists all the information they need to save them money at the pump.’’

The app allows drivers to see controlled parking zones, registered driveways, and car parks in selected cities and directs users to their preferred spot, via sat nav.

AppyParking was founded by Hubert in July, 2013, and is free to download from the App Store and Google Play. Users receive a free one-month trial. After which it will cost £1.49 per month or £9.99 for a year.

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