Wednesday, 2 March 2011

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Yet more pressure on poor joe public, the price of petrol has hit a new high and is set to continue to rise, see the report below.

The price of unleaded petrol has hit a new record average of 130p per litre, according to industry analysts Experian Catalist.
Oil prices have risen about 10% in the past month due to the uprising in Libya, a major oil exporter.
That has also led tour operator Thomas Cook to introduce a new fuel surcharge to the cost of its holidays.
For short-haul flights the extra levy is £15 per holiday, rising to £40 for long-haul.

The average price of petrol has risen by nearly 6 pence per litre since the end of last year. It has increased due to rises in VAT, fuel duty and the wholesale price of oil.
Experian Catalist said the price of unleaded petrol had risen sharply over the last few days, increasing by 0.8 pence since Thursday.
The average price of diesel has also risen, and is now at 135.44p per litre.
The RAC Foundation, which also monitors prices, predicted that the price of unleaded petrol would continue to rise for some time.
"It would be no surprise if prices increase by another 8p a litre in the near future," said RAC motoring strategist, Adrian Tink.
"This kind of rise will seriously impact on people's car use, many of whom having no other option but to travel by car.
"These escalating prices are hitting family budgets hard at a difficult economic time," he added. 

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