Transparent Fuel Prices
Posted on the 22nd Aug 2014 in the category Fuel News
According to the AA motorists in the UK have seen a fuel price fall of 2.7% this summer and over the last few weeks, BWOC diesel prices have been at their lowest level for 2014.
The AA have revealed that petrol prices at the pumps had fallen to to a three-year low with an average price of 129.72ppl in mid-August and diesel averaged at 133.94ppl, the lowest since February 2011.
In Northern Ireland the average is currently 130.6ppl for petrol, the most expensive in the country, whereas Yorkshire and Humberside are the cheapest for petrol at an average of 129.4ppl.
At the moment, East Anglia are averaging 134.5ppl for diesel, knocking Scotland off their usual spot as the UK's most expensive.
One way to combat unpredictable & varying fuel prices is with a BWOC fixed priced fuel card. You get a fixed cost per week, given in advance & you pay the same price at every site on the network, regardless of what the polesign states! Having this level of convenience also saves you precious time on admin & chasing down receipts.
With no minimum term contract or drawing commitment, what have you got to lose?
For more information go to the fuel card page & compare which card is right for your business!
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