Motorists hit with highest petrol prices in three years after supermarkets step back from pump war



A cooling of the supermarket petrol price war has raised fuel costs for motorists to three-year highs, according to new figures.
Competition has 'come off the boil' in recent weeks leading to pump prices for petrol reaching a three-year high at 121.7p per litre, the AA said.
The petrol price gap between supermarkets and non-supermarkets has closed from 5.5 pence per litre after the last price skirmish in mid-November to just 3.5ppl.
The AA warned that although supermarket forecourts are generally cheaper than the likes of BP and Shell, prices vary by location.
It reported that Sainsbury's... read more

 
20 January 2018 in Business, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail
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