The record fall in fuel prices seen during the coronavirus pandemic ended in June, with diesel up almost 3p per litre in the month.
Fleet and business new car registrations show signs of recovery, but private demand is far greater, new figures from SMMT show.
Company car drivers, who have their fuel paid for by their employer, could be in line for a tax refund, according to RSM Employer Solutions.
By Leon Rooke, commercial sales manager at Centrica Business Solutions
Tesco, Morrisons and Asda – are all selling unleaded for around £1 per litre, while the cheapest diesel can be found for 104.7ppl at Asda and Morrisons.
The Government figures reveal that there are 111,000 fewer diesel cars on the roads.
A litre of petrol now costs less than £1 after three of the UK’s major supermarkets cut pump prices.
The average price of diesel fell nearly 3 pence from 117.5p to 114.54p per litre, last month.
The price of US oil has turned negative for the first in history as the coronavirus pandemic has caused global demand to collapse – but this is not yet being reflected fully at the fuel pumps.
Tonik Energy has selected Fortum Charge and Drive cloud-based EV network management system, Charge Drive Management Cloud (CDMC).
Analysis by the AA shows car journeys declined most on Easter Sunday, falling to 20% of the normal level of trips expected.
Teams from Adler and Allan are supporting the effort to feed the nation by providing fuel deliveries, fleet fuel and infrastructure maintenance.
Tax experts at MHA MacIntyre Hudson have welcomed HMRC’s clarification on benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax rules as fleets come to terms with life under lockdown.
The DfT's transport decarbonisation plan has set out six strategic priorities that the Government will be consulting on over the next five or six months.
Extra MSA has opened it’s ‘next generation’ motorway service area at Leeds Skelton Lake to provide ‘critical infrastructure’, during the coronavirus crisis.
Supermarket giants Morrisons and Asda have reduced their fuel prices by 12p per litre for petrol and 8ppl for diesel as the coronavirus Covid-19 crisis continues.
Rumours of a possible hike in fuel duty continue to circulate ahead of the Budget on Wednesday (March 11).
Diesel drivers enjoyed the 11th biggest monthly drop in pump prices since 2000, with the price of the fuel falling 4p per litre (ppl) in February.
HMRC cuts AFR rates for diesel cars with an engine size of 1,600cc or less.
Businesses are reminded they have one month to measure energy consumption, including fleet operations, as part of the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
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