Here's how much more you'll be paying for fuel come Wednesday

Joanna Estrada
August 5, 2020

After adding excise duty, dealer commission, and other things to the price of petrol and diesel, its value is increased by about 2 times.

The rates of fuel has significantly increased in the past weeks due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.

The price of fuel various widely depending on where you fill up in Norfolk.

The AA said that without the rand's good performance in July, the increases would have been higher, and they are exclusively attributable to increasing oil strength.

Petrol prices at principally supermarket forecourts across Norfolk fell below £1 were litre in May, but welcome lockdown decreases have since stalled and the cost is edging slowly back up.

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Accordingly, diesel continues to be priced at Rs 73.56 a litre in Delhi while petrol price remains static at Rs 80.43 a litre.

After hefty Rs 8.38 per litre cut in diesel price in the national capital on Friday, the oil marketing companies have gone on a pause mode keeping auto fuel prices unchanged on Monday, the third successive day when auto fuel prices have not been revised.

That added almost £2 to the cost of filling up a typical 55-litre family auto.

The lowest prices for petrol can be found in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Stalham and King's Lynn, where it is being sold for £1.06 and £1.08 per litre*.

It marks the second consecutive month of increases in pump prices after they rocketed in June.

Global petroleum prices increased off the back of higher oil prices, which hit over $43 a barrel by the end of July.

Both grades of petrol will go up by 5 cents per litre, while diesel will cost motorists 45 cents more. Retailers should be reducing their pump prices over the next week or two, says the RAC. The price of diesel has been raised to Rs 73.56 per liter. Click the link in the orange box below for details.

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