NI has highest petrol prices

Published:  29 July, 2011

UK: Petrol and diesel prices are only marginally below where they were a month ago, according to a report from the Automobile Association.

Northern Ireland recorded the highest price for unleaded at 136.4p/litre. Yorkshire and Humberside recorded the lowest price for unleaded at 134.8p/litre. Scotland recorded the highest diesel price at 140.3p/litre. Yorkshire and Humberside have the cheapest diesel at 138.9p/litre.

Unleaded prices have fallen by 0.5p/litre from 136.1p/litre to 135.6p/litre. Diesel prices have fallen, by 0.1p/litre, from 139.8p/litrel to 139.7p/litre.

The UK has the 11th highest unleaded price in Europe and the second highest diesel price, said the report.

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