Pump prices are on the rise again after a six-month collapse
Pump prices are on the rise again after the six-month collapse ended at the beginning of February. UK average prices bottomed out at 106.4p for petrol and 113.4p for diesel before heading upwards.
Unleaded prices are down 0.6p from 108.9 ppl to 108.3 ppl. Diesel prices have fallen 1.0p from 116.1 ppl to 115.1 ppl. The price difference between unleaded and diesel has shrunk to 6.8 ppl.
Wales and West Midlands have recorded the highest price for unleaded at 108.6 ppl. Northern Ireland has recorded the lowest price for unleaded at 107.6 ppl. East Anglia has recorded the highest diesel price at 115.6 ppl. Northern Ireland has the cheapest diesel at 114.2 ppl.
Supermarket prices for unleaded have fallen to 106.1 ppl. The gap between supermarket prices and the UK average for unleaded has grown to 2.2 ppl.
(Fuel price data is supplied by Experian Catalist in cooperation with Arval UK Ltd)
(2 March 2015)