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Pump prices rising as sterling weakens against dollar
07 August, 2019

After a month of falling fuel prices in June, July saw both petrol and diesel rise again as sterling lost 3% against the dollar, data from RAC Fuel Watch reveals.

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RAC reports significant fall in pothole-related breakdowns
26 July, 2019

The number of vehicles falling victim to potholes on the UK’s roads fell significantly between April and June this year, according to the latest analysis of RAC breakdown statistics.

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Petrol and diesel prices fall after four months of rises
03 July, 2019

Four months of rising fuel prices came to an end in June with the average cost of both petrol and diesel at the pumps falling sharply due to the cost of oil dipping to $62, according to RAC Fuel Watch.

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RAC says smaller retailers fairer on fuel prices than supermarkets
22 May, 2019

The RAC says smaller fuel retailers are being fairer to their customers on prices than the big four supermarkets.

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Traffic hits all-time high with cars and vans setting records
15 May, 2019

Road traffic edged slightly higher last year to an all-time high, according to government statistics that have just been published. 

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Petrol price rise in April is second highest monthly gain on record
03 May, 2019

The average price of petrol increased by 5.44ppl in April, the second highest monthly rise since 2000, according to data from RAC Fuel Watch.

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RAC introduces mobile chargers for stranded electric vehicles
01 May, 2019

The RAC has responded to the expected rise in electric vehicles (EVs) by introducing a mobile EV charger capable of giving stranded out-of-charge cars a power boost from one of its standard roadside rescue vans.

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Oil price jump puts end to run of lower pump prices
06 March, 2019

Three consecutive months of price reductions on the UK’s forecourts came to a halt in February as both petrol and diesel went up slightly.

As the Government is urged to publish its plans for E10 by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Bioethanol, would you welcome the introduction of E10 as the right next step in cutting automotive carbon emissions?