BBC report here says drivers have been paying 6p a litre more than they should.
And here's the Guardian quoting the government energy secretary accusing supermarkets of treating drivers like 'cash cows'.
Now they're going to be forced to publish 'live prices' so drivers can choose where to fill up.
RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said: “This is a landmark day when it comes to fuel prices in the UK. The fact that drivers appear to have lost out to the tune of nearly £1bn as a result of increased retailer margins on fuel is nothing short of astounding in a cost-of-living crisis and confirms what we’ve been saying for many years that supermarkets haven’t been treating drivers fairly at the pumps."
There's more reaction from the RAC here.
Does anyone already compare prices? Or do you go to the same place all the time? Or do you fill up at the nearest one when you need to?
Last edited by Marc; 03-07-23 at 13:45. Reason: Adding more info and quotes