Revealed: Gas station in Ireland where a liter of petrol broke the landmark €2 barrier today


The price of a liter of petrol in Ireland broke the landmark €2 barrier for the first time today.

During a routine price check this morning, an AA Ireland representative noted a premium petrol product at the Maxol M3 Mulhuddart service station in Dublin costing 200 cents per litre.

At the time of testing, the price of a liter of standard unleaded gasoline at the same facility was 192.5% per liter, while premium diesel stood at 191.5 and 183.5 for a liter of standard diesel.

A spokesman for AA Ireland said it had expected the price of unleaded petrol per liter to break the €2 barrier for some time.

“With crude oil prices rising to more than $110 a barrel overnight, it will probably tilt to the other side. The spokesman added that if the price of crude oil rises to $120 per barrel, the price of gasoline will rise above €2 euros per liter.

“AA wants to see cheaper fuel prices and is concerned that rising fuel prices will have a significant impact on people who have no choice but to drive their cars.

“In particular, those in rural Ireland are particularly affected as they rely more on car use than those in urban areas.”

The Maxol station at Mulhuddart is on Navan Road.

In a statement released to“Maxol sells a number of fuel options including premium fuels, which are priced higher than standard diesel and petrol engines, as it is a greener option with fewer pollutants,” said Maxol Group.

“Maxol can confirm that a liter of Premium fuel reaches €2 at the M3 Mulhuddart service station but the current price is € 1.96 per liter.

“Price is likely to change again in the coming days and weeks as oil prices are moving faster than ever and the market remains volatile due to the deepening crisis in Ukraine, which is having a major impact on the economy.” pumps.”

This happened because gasoline and diesel prices across the country have skyrocketed. It means that the average cost of running a family car for a year has increased to 600 €.

Figures released by AA Ireland last month show fuel prices have risen by more than a third in the past two years.

Pump prices are now at their highest level since AA Ireland started recording them in 1991.

It has calculated that it will now cost a person 595 euros more in a year to fill up with gas than it did last year for a driver of a petrol car.

For those with a diesel car will have to pay an additional 460 €. Revealed: Gas station in Ireland where a liter of petrol broke the landmark €2 barrier today

Fry Electronics Team

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