Diesel prices pumped up

The average price of diesel across the UK hit a new record high of 147.94p a litre on Sunday (October…


Fuel prices accelerate

The average price of a litre of petrol and diesel continues its voracious rise. In September the rises mean a…


Petrol crisis drains driving instructors

The fuel supply ‘crisis’ rumbles on despite  the government suggesting everything is going back to normal. It comes on top…

Road Safety

Driver shortages fuel garage closures

A “handful” of BP petrol stations have been closed due to driver shortages impacting the delivery of fuel. However, the oil…


Eco petrol hitting the forecourts

This summer, motorists across the country will start to see the the standard petrol grade switch from E5 to E10. The…


Greener petrol coming

The liquid that comes out of your local petrol pump is changing. From September this year, E10 petrol will be…


The road to electric – Research shows fewer than one in twelve drivers have current plan to switch to battery power

With the government this week expected to announce a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030, research by Kwik Fit clearly shows the areas the government and industry must work on over the coming decade to convince UK motorists to make the switch.

AA Fuel report for June

As more cars hit the road unleaded prices have gone up 1.3p, from 106.7 p/litre last month to 108.0 p/litre now.

41% of UK drivers fear they could catch coronavirus whilst filling their car with petrol

New research from the UK’s leading car insurer, Admiral, reveals how coronavirus is affecting drivers around the country. The investigation which polled 1,400 drivers in the UK aimed to understand drivers worries, woes and automotive hygiene during these unprecedented times.