9 February 2010

Fuel prices in Europe - updated

We've just updated the Drive-Alive chart of petrol and diesel prices throughout Europe. Since our last update about 6 weeks ago prices have been up and down, but generally we are seeing a rise of a few cents (we show the prices in Euros), roughly 4%.

The Netherlands is the most expensive country for petrol at about 1.50 euros per litre, with Latvia the cheapest at under 1 euro, followed by Spain and Greece at around 1.05 euros - could this be related to these three country's current financial woes?

Diesel is cheapest in Luxembourg and Lithuania at around 0.90 euros per litre whilst France leads with the most expensive diesel at around 1.36 euros per litre.

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