Fuel Saving Tips: Little-Known Rule Can Save Drivers Hundreds of Dollars in Fuel

The situation is even worse for owners of diesel cars, who are expected to shell out an average of 197.52 pence per litre.

While the forecast shows that both prices should fall in the coming days, it may still take a while for drivers to notice a significant difference.

Speaking about the crisis earlier this year, RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said: “More radical government intervention is urgently needed, either in the form of a further reduction in fuel tax or a cut of VAT.

“As things are, drivers will surely not be able to cope unless something is done to help.

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