PETROL prices have fallen slightly on Huddersfield forecourts, latest figures reveal.
But figures from motoring organisation the AA show very little change in prices at the pumps during the past month.
Latest figures show unleaded fuel in the town costs an average of 75.49p, compared with 75.5p a month ago.
The average price of diesel stands at 76.56p, compared with 76.58p before.
Prices in Huddersfield remain below the UK average - which stand at 76.71p for unleaded and 78.30p for diesel.
A spokesman for the AA said: "Prices have varied little from last month.
"Nationally, unleaded petrol rose by just 0.3p a litre with diesel 0.1p a litre higher."
The AA fuel survey follows figures showing the rising cost of motoring.
Rival motoring group the RAC said the average weekly cost of running a car rose by 3% to £102.59 in the last three months of 2003.
Motorists spent an average of £5,335 a year on their cars, the survey said - with fuel, car finance, repairs and maintenance the big costs.