UK Fuel Cost Calculator: Current UK Petrol Prices Amid Russia’s Ukraine Invasion

With fuel prices already at an all-time high, industry experts have warned that people in the UK can expect to pay up to £1.60 a liter in the near future.

Warning about soaring UK fuel prices

RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said: “Russian shares will now drive pump prices up to £1.50 very soon.

“The question then becomes where will it stop and how much can drivers take, just as many are using their cars more and returning to work.”

He added: “If the price of oil were to rise to US$110, there is a very real danger that the average price of petrol could hit £1.55 a litre.

“It would cause incalculable financial hardship for many people who depend on their car to get to work and live their lives, as it would skyrocket the cost of a full tank to £85.

“At US$120 a barrel – with no change to the exchange rate which is currently US$1.35 – we would be looking at £1.60 a liter and £88 for a full tank.”

The worrying news will concern Britons amid the cost of living crisis, rising energy prices and rising food prices.



UK Fuel Cost Calculator

Amid the warning of rising fuel prices, if you want to know how much a tank of fuel will cost you before heading to the forecourts, FleetNews got you covered.

Using the latest UK average fuel price, you can calculate the cost of fueling your car.

In collaboration with Allstar, FleetNews offer a fuel price finder broken down into medium unleaded and premium unleaded petrol, diesel and LPG.

By indicating the fuel you use, drivers of your car, distance traveled and miles per gallon (MPG) can calculate the cost of each trip based on current prices.

You can then break down the average area prices across the UK to work out the cheapest area to fill on your route.

To use the calculator, go to FleetNews website.

Eleanor C. William