Munich (ots) - The regional differences in the price of refueling have decreased significantly in the past month. This is the result of the current ADAC comparison of federal states. Nevertheless, there is a difference of 4,7 cents for gasoline between the cheapest federal state (Rhineland-Palatinate) and the most expensive (Schleswig-Holstein). A liter of Super E10 costs an average of EUR 1,237 in Rhineland-Palatinate; in the northernmost state, one liter of Super E10 currently costs EUR 1,284. Petrol is only slightly cheaper in Hamburg, where you have to pay 1,281 euros for a liter. Almost as inexpensive as in Rhineland-Palatinate, drivers can currently refuel in Bavaria. A liter of Super E10 costs an average of 1.239 euros there.
Diesel is also currently the cheapest in Rhineland-Palatinate. A liter costs an average of 1,059 euros here, as is the case in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Bavaria and Hesse follow closely behind with an average price of 1,061 euros. Consumers in Bremen currently pay the most for diesel at 1,097 euros per liter. The difference to the cheapest state is 3,8 cents.
In the current study, the ADAC evaluated the price data of more than 11 petrol stations recorded at the market transparency office on Friday at 14.000 a.m. and assigned them to the federal states. The prices determined represent a snapshot. The smartphone app "ADAC Spritpreise" offers uncomplicated and quick help for price-conscious drivers. There is also detailed information about the fuel market at www.adac.de/tanken (http://www.adac.de/tanken).
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