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Current Average UK Petrol Price

What price should you be paying at the pump?

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YOUR FREE PETROL PRICE INDEX

Why do fuel prices change? What makes them fluctuate so much? And why do they never seem to stay the same for long? The truth is, the factors that contribute to these changes have been (and always will be) complicated, inter-connected and ever-changing. And this hits more than our pockets as higher fuel prices push up the cost of goods across the board, including the price of the food we eat and the clothes we wear.

But why does this happen in the first place? We’ve asked our experts to assess and review years of fuel price data to reveal the factors that create these changes.

UK PETROL PRICES AT THEIR LOWEST FOR YEARS

Great news for us here, but how does this compare with prices abroad? By using our free index, you can check and track UK prices against other countries around the world. You can see if they’ve been affected by global events in the same way we have, and how their current prices matches up against ours.

HOW TO USE THIS GRAPH

Simply click on a country to compare its petrol price with the UK’s (scroll the list to find more countries). To see a further comparison, just click the tab above the graph.


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