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The cheapest petrol stations across Nottingham right now as fuel prices surge

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With average petrol prices in the UK exceeding £1.51 for the first time, drivers should be on the lookout for where is cheapest to fill up.

The typical cost of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts was 150.65p on Saturday and 151.25p on Sunday, according to figures from data firm Experian Catalist.

The average cost of a litre of diesel is also at a record high, reaching 154.69p on Saturday and 154.72p on Sunday.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine led to oil prices reaching an eight-year high last week due to concerns over the reliability of supplies.

This affected wholesale prices paid by fuel retailers.

AA fuel price spokesman Luke Bosdet said petrol hitting 150p per litre is “a milestone that millions of motorists have dreaded”, noting that some forecourts charged only £1 per litre less than two years ago.

He warned that drivers are being hit by “record pump prices, other inflation and tax rises, along with a raft of extra charges implemented or threatened by councils for motoring in city and town centres”.

With that in mind, we’ve had a look at the current cheapest places across Nottingham to fill up. But it doesn’t make for pretty reading.

Some places in the city are charging as much £1.53 per litre while others are priced at just under £1.44 a litre for petrol.

The below petrol unleaded prices per litre have been recorded on petrolprices.com and are correct as of February 28:

Sainsbury’s Beeston – 143.9p

Asda Hyson Green – 145.7p

Asda West Bridgford – 145.7p

Morrisons Gamston –145.7p

Asda Arnold –145.7p

Sainsbury’s Arnold – 145.9p

Tesco Extra Bulwell – 145.9p

Sainsbury’s Castle Boulevard – 146p

Tesco Express Cinderhill – 146.9p

Asda Strelley Road – 147.7p

Morrisons Bulwell – 147.7p

Texaco Hucknall Road – 147.9p

Jet Mill Street Old Basford – 147.9p

Texaco Westdale Lane East – 147.9p

Tesco Extra Top Valley – 147.9p

BP Daleside Road – 148.9p

Esso Valley Road (Basford Express) – 148.9p

BP Clifton Lane – 148.9p

BP Mansfield Road Daybrook – 148.9p

Esso Clifton Lane – 148.9p

Gulf Nottingham Road (Attenborough) – 148.9p

Texaco Meadow Lane – 149.9p

Co-op Mapperley – 149.9p

Tesco Beeston – 149.9p

Morrisons Netherfield – 149.9p

Esso Nuthall Road – 151.9p

Texaco Beechdale – 152.9p

BP Radcliffe Road – 152.9p

Esso Ruddington – 153.9p

RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said: “The average price of both fuels has shot up by more than 1.5p since Thursday.

“Despite the wholesale market calming slightly at the end of last week as oil fell back under 100 US dollars per barrel, prices at the pump will continue to go up as retailers buy in new stock at much higher prices.

“This week will be an important one in terms of the oil price as it’s likely to reveal the speed of the inevitable upward trend or the extent of the volatility in the market.”

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