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In the past two weeks petrol prices have fallen below £1 a litre mark, this is a staggering amount compared to the petrol prices for the past four years.
Supermarkets usually offer the cheapest prices for petrol, with Asda offering petrol at just 99.74p a litre, while Morrison’s and Sainsbury’s have both set costs at 99.90p a litre, Tesco is also offering petrol at less than £1 litre with prices currently at 99.91p, according to the AA.
Drivers are now paying around 3.64p a litre less than they did this time last month, this means that there is a an average of £2 a tank saving to be had. Though prices at some stations are still above £1 mark with Murco charging drivers 107.76p a litre and BP, Total, Texaco and Esso all charging more than 106p a litre.
Petrol price comparison by brand (pence per litre)
The UK Average, 104.37p
Date Created: 22/12/2015