In the statement made by the British car insurance company RAC, it was stated that the average gasoline pump price in the country rose to a record level of 1.42 pounds per liter as of October 24.
In the statement, it was stated that the spending to fill the 55-liter tank of a family car increased by 15.6 pounds from 63 pounds to 78.6 pounds in the last 12 months.
Gasoline prices in the country last approached these levels in April 2012.
“This[fuel price rise]will hit households’ budgets and will undoubtedly have a domino effect on the broader economy,” the statement said. expression was used.
The global increase in oil prices, supply-demand imbalances, insufficient production in refineries and exchange rate movements were cited as the reasons for the recent increase in fuel pump prices in the country.
RAC Spokesperson Sue Williams said: “This is a really dark day for drivers. This is a moment we do not expect to see again after the high prices seen in April 2012.” made its assessment.
“The important question is: Where will this rise stop? At what point will oil prices reach last? If oil prices reach $100 per barrel, we can see gasoline prices in the UK very easily reach £1.5 per liter,” Williams said. ” used his statements.
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