WINTER FUELISH
Daily Star|October 27, 2021
Petrol surge to ‘£1.50 a litre’
KATE NELSON

DRIVERS will be whacked in the wallet by rocketing fuel prices this winter, industry experts warned last night.

A pocket-draining £1.50 per litre will become the norm with a typical family car now costing £15 more than a year ago to fill up.

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