Gasoline is at an all-time high with unleaded at 148.02pa litres, three months after the previous record of 147.72p. And diesel is now a record 151.57pa liter
By page AA.
With pump prices up by almost 27p a litre in 12 months, refueling the average family car now costs £81.73, compared with £67.01 last year – an increase of £14.72.
The rise has cost the high street an estimated £375m a month in damage as households cope with the added costs by cutting spending on clothing, accessories, outings and shopping. .
Petroleum is at an all-time lead-free high of 148.02pa litres, three months after the previous record of 147.72p. And diesel is now a record 151.57pa litre, adding £21.71 to the cost of filling up a diesel lorry to send the bill soaring from £99.93 to £121.64.
Experts hope that if negotiations between the US and Iran to restore a nuclear deal succeed, sanctions could be lifted and an additional 1.3 million barrels of oil per day put on the market.
“In the absence of a deal, we would have talked about triple-digit oil prices,” said Craig Erlam of US brokerage Oanda.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/tank-unleaded-hits-8173-fuel-26272498 Unleaded tanks hit £81.73 as fuel prices hit record highs