Munich (ots) - Refueling has become slightly more expensive in Germany. This is shown by the current ADAC analysis of fuel prices. According to this, a liter of Super E10 costs a nationwide average of 1,471 euros, an increase of 0,7 cents compared to last week. The price for diesel fuel is currently 1,312 euros, 0,3 cents above the value of the previous week.
The price of crude oil has risen noticeably. A barrel of Brent crude currently costs around $ 66, up from around $ 64 a week ago.
According to ADAC, drivers should always compare fuel prices before refueling. If you take advantage of the sometimes considerable price differences between different petrol stations and times of day, you can save a lot of money and indirectly ensure a lower price level. According to ADAC, 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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