Drivers to pay 22p more per litre for petrol
Motorists are set to pay the highest price for petrol since June 2019, with the costs rising this month.
According to figures from the RAC Foundation, a litre of unleaded petrol now costs £1.29 – 22p more than this time last year.
As per the RAC, this latest hike will also signify the biggest price increase over a 12-month period for 11 years.
These figures are the highest we have seen since the middle of 2019 and resemble some of the prices witnessed before the first lockdown.