Fuel retailers urged to cut petrol by 6p per litre

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    Record fuel prices should be slashed to reflect a drop in wholesale costs, a motoring services firm has claimed.

    The RAC called on retailers to ‘play fair with drivers’ by reducing the price of a litre of petrol by 6p and diesel by 4p.

    Average pump prices for petrol have risen by 3p per litre since the start of the month, reaching 147.27p despite a recent reduction in wholesale costs.

    The failure to pass on savings is costing drivers around an extra £3.50 every time they fill up a typical 55-litre family petrol car.

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    Always the same, quick to up the price, but ever so slow to drop.

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    As of today the prices are still going up daily 24th nov mines gone up 2p since yesterday’s price. 🤬

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    It’s supermarkets as well petrol stations that are playing the rip off game, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda and Morrisons and around these parts of the woods Morrisons are the worst with there fuel being at least one or two pence above the others with these shops only a mile or so apart.

    So how much are they over charging us for bean, tea, coffee, toilet paper and everything else under the Sun because I’m sure there profits will be going sky wards this year and not only that there one of the few industries who have profited from Covid.

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    Glos Guy

    Our nearest Asda (15 miles away) has been the cheapest place for fuel for as long as I can remember. However, when I last filled up I was horrified to discover that they were 2p a litre more than the little petrol station in our village. Usually there’s around a 5p difference the other way around.

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