The cost of petrol and diesel has risen from £1.90 per litre to £2.60 per litres.
It’s been a rough few months for petrol prices, with the cost of unleaded rising from £0.40 to £0,85 per lit.
But the biggest price rise is coming from the cost for diesel, which has risen by 4.8% to £1 per litrel.
The latest figures from the ONS show the cost per litie of diesel in the UK has risen to £3.65, which is a 4.5% increase.
The price of unleamed diesel has also risen by 5.6% to the £2,749.50 level.
On a per-litre basis, this is a 6.9% increase in the price of diesel.
But that’s a little lower than the 6.8 per cent increase seen in the month of March when the ONSA published its latest petrol prices.
So, if you’re looking to save some cash this week, it’s worth checking if you can find cheaper fuel.
There are some other things to consider when it comes to buying fuel.
You might have noticed that petrol and lorries are cheaper on the roads compared with petrol and electricity.
And this is because there are cheaper fuel grades available.
However, you can also get a cheaper diesel fuel if you buy the cheapest diesel fuel grade available, such as unleaded or diesel.
If you’re buying a car or a bus, you should always check that it has the lowest cost of fuel available.
The cheapest diesel that you can buy is the Unleaded diesel.
This is the cheapest fuel available in the world, and it can be purchased from any supermarket.
If there is no Unleaded available, then you can choose from either the diesel fuel in your local petrol station, or from the cheaper diesel that is sold by a local company.
It should be noted that if you purchase a diesel fuel pack from a petrol station or a supplier, you may be charged for it.
And if you have a diesel generator, you will need to use that fuel as part of your diesel fuel bill.
If the diesel you buy comes with a fuel pump, you might be able to use it instead.
But if you don’t have a pump, it may be best to buy an alternative diesel fuel.
But don’t get carried away with the fact that you are buying diesel from a supermarket, because there is a wide range of diesel fuels available.
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