Yes, in all-too-familiar and eerily gloomy news, the price of filling up our cars has increased once more, shooting up a gas-guzzling 4p per litre in January 2021. The average price per litre is now 118.91p at petrol stations up and down the country, while diesel has increased to 122.22 per litre.
If you’re considering treating yourself to a new electric car this year, you may wish to give some thought to
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