It can be worth your while to shop around for petrol.
Huddersfield’s cheapest petrol station is more than 14 pence cheaper PER LITRE than the most expensive.
The Examiner has been given exclusive petrol pricing figures by database website PetrolPrices.com which reveal the average price, the cheapest price and the most expensive price of petrol in Huddersfield.
Across the 28 petrol stations in the area the average price per litre for unleaded petrol on February 17 was 102 pence - down by 5.2% from the equivalent figure for January 2015.
The cheapest of these 28 petrol stations is Asda where the price of a litre of unleaded petrol was 99.7 pence. This is 14.2 pence cheaper than the most expensive petrol station, the name of which was not revealed.
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If your fuel tank held 70 litres of petrol you would save £9.94 by filling up at the cheapest petrol station compared to the most expensive.
Petrol in Huddersfield was found to be 0.1 pence per litre more expensive than the national average which stood at 101.9 pence per litre on February 17.
Due to the current price of oil petrol prices at the start of 2016 are significantly cheaper than they were at the start of 2015 with the average litre of unleaded petrol costing 5.2 per cent less this year compared to last.
The cheapest petrol station in the UK is Gulf Letterston in Pembrokeshire, Wales where the cost of a litre of unleaded petrol stands at 96.7 pence.
This is a whopping 68.2 pence cheaper than the most expensive petrol station in the UK which is located in London but was not named in the data from PetrolPrices.com.
PETROL PRICES AROUND THE UK
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