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UK petrol prices have risen sharply since the start of 2020, reaching a record high in three years. Let's take a look at the top 10 cities with the highest petrol prices in the UK!
Southampton has unexpectedly overtaken London and Edinburgh as the city with the high petrol prices. The port city's average petrol price reaches £50.31 a tank.
Gloucester comes second at £49.88 a tank.
With the same price of £49.88 per tank, Reading and Gloucester are tied for second place.
With an average price of £49.45 per tank, Glasgow is ranked fourth.
On a par with the petrol cost in Glasgow, Coventry is joint fourth at £49.45 per tank.
Surprisingly, London is not the place with the highest petrol prices. However, with a price tag of £49.02 per tank, it is still expensive.
Although Aberdeen is a remote city, its petrol prices are high. It costs £49.02 to buy a tank of petrol.
It is unexpecting that Edinburgh only ranked eighth. Yet, at £48.59 a tank, petrol there is a bit cheaper than those above.
In Cambridge, it costs people £48.59 to buy a tank of petrol.
At the bottom of the list is Exeter. Petrol costs £48.59 a tank in this southwest city.
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