Unleaded prices have risen 1.9p from 107.3 p/litre to 109.2 p/litre
Unleaded prices have risen 1.9p from 107.3 p/litre to 109.2 p/litre.
Diesel prices have jumped 2.2p from 106.9 p/litre to 109.1 p/litre.
The price difference between diesel and unleaded has shrunk to 0.1 p/litre.
The South East and West Midlands have recorded the highest price for unleaded petrol at 109.6 ppl. Northern Ireland has recorded the lowest price for unleaded petrol at 108.5 p/litre.
The South East has also recorded the highest diesel price at 109.7 p/litre.
Northern Ireland has the cheapest diesel at 107.5 p/litre.
Supermarket prices for unleaded petrol now average 106.7 p/litre.
The gap between supermarket prices and the UK average for unleaded petrol has dropped to 2.5 p/litre.
(Fuel price data is supplied by Experian Catalist in cooperation with AllStar Business Solutions)
(1 June 2016)