The price of unleaded petrol is 114.5 pence per liter according to the AA, and the good news for motorists is that the figure remained constant in August and September.
Fuel prices are not cheap even if there are fewer cars on the road during the curfew.
How to get cheap fuel at any gas station this week
However, there is a way to save even more if you reload this week, and the only thing you need to do is keep your receipt.
Supermarket prices for unleaded petrol are now averaging 109.7 per liter. The gap between supermarket prices and the UK average for unleaded petrol has fallen to 4.8 per liter.
The AA survey shows that filling up in supermarkets is the cheapest way to save money on petrol.
As soon as they submit a picture, Topcashback says here that it will transfer £10 to the driver’s account within 30 days of uploading the receipt.
The deal is available for new members of the deal website TopCashback.com. The site gives money back to buyers when they sign up and then shop online, but the latest deal is available to anyone who keeps the receipt.
New members can refuel at Tesco, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Asda, the Co-operative, Esso, BP, Texaco, Gulf, Jet, Murco and Shell and must submit a photo of their receipt after purchasing the fuel.
The store is available until October 31, but will expire when 10,000 people use the store.