Drivers have been affected by fuel prices which have reached new highs despite a drop in wholesale prices. Figures from data firm Experian Catalist show the average cost of a liter of petrol on UK forecourts on Monday February 14 was 163.7p.
It takes the cost of filling a typical 55-litre family car with petrol above £90 for the first time. The average cost of a liter of diesel on Monday was a record 173.7p.
Oil prices jumped after Russia invaded Ukraine but have fallen in recent days, driving down wholesale costs for fuel retailers. RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said: “Drivers should be encouraged by lower oil and wholesale prices yesterday.
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“It is now vital that the largest retailers who buy fuel most often start reflecting these discounts at the pump to give drivers a much-needed break from the pain of ever-rising prices.”
The petrolprices.com website shows the latest prices per liter of petrol. These are the latest prices there in Nottingham as of March 16.
Please note that due to market fluctuation, these are subject to change.
Morrison Bulwell – 157.7p
Texaco Beechdale Road – 157.9p
Morrison Netherfield – 157.9p
Asda Strelley Road – 158.2p
Texcao Meadow Lane – 158.9p
BP Mansfield Road Daybrook – 158.9p
Shell Sherwood Climb – 159.9p
Sainsbury’s Melton Road – 159.9p
Esso Nuthall Road – 159.9p
BP Clifton Lane – 159.9p
Sainsbury’s Beeston – 159.9p
Tesco Beeston – 160p
Asda Hyson Green – 160.7p
Asda West Bridgford – 160.7p
Morrison Gamston – 160.7p
Asda Arnold – 160.9p
Sainsbury’s Arnold – 161.9p
Texaco Burton Road – 161.9p
Esso Mansfield Road – 162p
Texaco Westdale Lane – 162.4p
Some of the most expensive petrol stations in Nottingham:
Esso Valley Road Basford – 166.9p
BP Wollaton Vale – 166.9p
Shell Carlton Road – 168.9p
Boulevard BP Lenton – 169.9p
M1 Trowel Motorcycle Services – 183.9p
How much do you pay to fill up? Let us know in the comments below