Motorists will pay less for fuel at many supermarket forecourts as a string of stores have cut petrol and diesel costs
Tricks to bring rising motoring costs to a skidding halt, including beating increasing fuel costs & car insurance hikes
Motorists have been spared a rise in petrol tax after fuel duty was frozen for the sixth consecutive year
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Chancellor George Osborne today announced that the planned September fuel duty rise will be cancelled
The price of petrol at the pumps is slowly creeping up again, dashing motorists' hopes of an average price of £1/litre