The UK’s four big supermarkets have raised the price of petrol almost every day for three months, the RAC has revealed.
Fuel duty will be frozen for the ninth consecutive year, confirmed the Prime Minister today.
Fleet managers must be prepared for further volatility in fuel prices this year, according to Andy Allen, head of cards at BP.
Asda has cut the price of unleaded petrol to 114.7p per litre and diesel to 116.7p per litre today at 301 filling stations, starting a a new price war between retailers.
February saw the price of fuel continue to rise, reaching an average 120.1p per litre of unleaded.
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