Asda lowers fuel prices

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Supermarket giant Asda has become the first supermarket to cap its fuel prices at its petrol stations across the country.

The company has announced it has lowered the price of unleaded petrol by 1p to 114.7 pence per litre and drivers will pay no more than 119.7 pence per litre.

Andy Peake, Asda’s petrol trading director, said: “Asda again are leading the way with our third price cut in two weeks, giving customers the chance to fill up their tanks with some of the cheapest fuel around, as we know how important it is to pass savings back into motorists’ pockets as soon as oil prices fall.

“No matter where customers live, they will benefit from the same fuel price with our national price cap of 114.7ppl for unleaded and 119.7ppl for diesel.”