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- Petrol is currently on average 187.01p per litre whilst diesel is 193.30p per litre

UK news Ways to help cut the cost of fuel that could save you hundreds last minute news


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- Petrol is currently on average 187.01p per litre whilst diesel is 193.30p per litre

UK news Ways to help cut the cost of fuel that could save you hundreds last minute news
20 June 2022 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! As fuel prices jump up across the country it has left us looking bewildered at the eye-watering average price it now costs to fill up our vehicle. In a bid to combat prices, drivers are being advised to follow two crucial steps that could help save hundreds of pounds when filling up. At current, the average price of petrol sits at an uncomfortable 187.01p per litre, up 56p from last year according to RAC Fuel Watch. Whilst diesel sits at an average 193.30p per litre, up a staggering 60p from last year with drivers being warned that prices are likely to increase further. Hit with the rise in fuel prices and the ongoing cost of living crisis saving money can be crucial when having to budget the cash and it can go a long way if you know what to do. One of which includes two simple and savvy steps to help cut costs at the petrol station reports the Express. Read more: Families will need to find an extra £750 for food as inflation to last a year Motorists have been advised for years to buy their fuel from supermarket forecourts, with estimations showing drivers could save £74.10 every year by filling up at these locations instead of branded garages. A spokesperson for car dealership Peter Vardy quashed the rumours surrounding the quality of the fuel from supermarket pumps and said: "It’s rumoured that supermarket fuel is of a ‘lower quality’ and not the same as you would buy from a branded garage, but that’s not the reality. “Supermarkets sell such vast quantities that operating costs are spread over higher volumes, making it cheaper to buy from than a branded forecourt.

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. Retailers sometimes claim that premium fuel offers performance and economy advantages and can even protect the engine, but unless you're driving a performance vehicle then you are unlikely to feel much difference. Currently, premium fuels are around 10p more expensive per litre. RAC Fuel Watch shows that the average UK price of super unleaded E5 petrol is now at 198.63p per litre. This makes it more than 11p more expensive than standard unleaded petrol and 5p more expensive than diesel, and many supermarkets and branded garages will usually have a few different grades of premium fuel for both petrol and diesel. And the RAC has previously called on the main UK supermarkets - Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons - to pass on cost savings to drivers when they can be made. To improve efficiency, drivers are also advised to use the right specification of engine oil, with more modern engines built with finer tolerances and therefore require thinner oils - those with lower viscosity – that can also improve fuel economy by around three per cent. This means over a 50-mile journey, drivers could save 26p in an average diesel car. The average UK mileage was 7,090 miles every year, according to pre-pandemic data, so drivers could effectively save more than £35 just for making an easy, hassle-free switch. Get more traffic and travel news from CambridgeshireLive straight to your inbox for free HERE . Read More Related Articles All the Cambridgeshire road closures that could disrupt your commute this week Read More Related Articles Can you get fined for driving too slow? What the law says about speed limits in the UK

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