A pump price war may mark the end of the road for motorcycle fuel removal.
Motorway has begun selling moto fuel for just over பவு 5 a liter above the supermarket tariff – with price matching for nearby forecasters.
This action can be seen following the competitors. Drivers who typically fill up at service stations average 22p more per liter – an extra 10 extra per tank.
Campaigners complain that motorists “have to pay through the tip”.
Moto’s test runs on Frankley on the M5 near Birmingham and Lancaster on the L6 in Lancashire. Moto has plans to expand this to 46 other petrol stations.
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Most service stations last week charged up to 149p per liter of petrol, compared to the UK average of 126p.
Yesterday, it was 129.9 lb at the Lancaster Moto, and 130.9 lb at the Frankley.
Luke Postet of AA said: “One of the hallmarks of a post-lock shelter is the drivers who operate the sky-high motorway pump prices manual.
“The AA welcomes Moto’s investigation as motor families celebrate their independence.”