Motorists will pay less for fuel at many supermarket forecourts as a string of stores have cut petrol and diesel costs
Motorists have been spared a rise in petrol tax after fuel duty was frozen for the sixth consecutive year
Drivers filling up at Asda and Morrisons will pay under the £1/litre mark for petrol from today
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If you're planning on filling up your car at Asda or Morrisons, hold off until tomorrow as petrol prices will be cut
Asda and Morrisons will cut petrol prices at all forecourts by up to 2p/litre from tomorrow
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Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Tesco are all cutting unleaded prices by 2p/litre and diesel by 1p/litre from Thursday
Motorists filling up at Asda, Morrisons and Tesco will see cheaper prices as the supermarkets are cutting unleaded costs