Motorists can increase fuel efficiency by 25 percent – remove roof racks and pump tyres


Petrol and diesel prices remain high, with RAC Fuel Watch data showing a litre of unleaded petrol costing 163.52p per litre.

Meanwhile, diesel drivers will be forced to pay an average of 177.47p per litre, almost 1.5 pence more expensive than super unleaded petrol.

Last week, Rishi Sunak unveiled his Spring Statement which included a five pence reduction in fuel duty on every litre of fuel.

CarShop’s Ben Scholes commented on the fuel duty cut, saying that drivers would still suffer from fuel costs.


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