Petrol and diesel are more expensive than in the previous week / price difference between the two fuels increases to just under 16 cents

Munich (ots) - The prices at the petrol pumps have risen again. The ADAC determines this in its weekly fuel price evaluation. Accordingly, a liter of Super E10 costs 1,474 euros nationally. That is 1,6 cents more than last week. There was also a slight increase in diesel. On a nationwide average, consumers currently pay 1,315 ...

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Munich (ots) - The prices at the petrol pumps have risen again. The ADAC determines this in its weekly fuel price evaluation. Accordingly, a liter of Super E10 costs 1,474 euros nationally. That is 1,6 cents more than last week.

There was also a slight increase in diesel. Consumers currently pay a nationwide average of 1,315 euros per liter. This corresponds to an increase of 0,8 cents compared to the previous week. This continues the trend in which the price range of both fuels is widening. This is just under 16 cents.

The price of crude oil, on the other hand, is slightly cheaper. A barrel of Brent crude currently costs around $ 63 - one euro less than last week. At the same time, the euro is getting a little stronger. One euro currently costs 1,19 dollars.

The ADAC recommends that drivers always compare the fuel prices before refueling. If you take advantage of the sometimes considerable price differences between different petrol stations and especially the times of day, you can save a lot of money. According to the club, refueling is usually cheapest between 18pm and 22pm.

The smartphone app "ADAC Spritpreise" offers uncomplicated and quick help. Detailed information on the fuel market and current prices is also available at www.adac.de/tanken.

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