The Petrol Retailers Association (PRA) has written to the Chancellor urging him to not just freeze, but cut fuel duty by 5ppl in the Autumn Budget this month.
Diesel rose for the fourth month in a row in October, going up 0.59p from 120.21p to 120.80p a litre, according to RAC Fuel Watch data.
More than £400 million extra each year could be spent on local roads if funding mirrored rising income in fuel and motoring taxes, the LGA has claimed.
Chris Cummings, head of tax at automotive consultancy ASE Global, will be providing a complete rundown for attendees.
BVRLA is urging the Chancellor to consider the adverse implications of placing a further tax burden upon the company car market.
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