Asda has slashed the cost of fuel at all its petrol stations as the country prepares to enter a second lockdown.
As of yesterday (November 3), the budget-supermarket giant has lowered the price of a litre of diesel fuel by 3p and unleaded by 2p, following a drop in the wholesale cost of fuel.
Asda is charging no more than 108.7p per litre of unleaded and no more than 111.7p per litre of diesel at its 332 petrol stations across the country.
It means those who will be working from home from Thursday and adhering to government rules have just two days to fill the tanks of their cars before the restrictions.
Fuel price experts have told us a repeat crash in fuel prices, which saw petrol drop below £1-a-litre for the first time in four years during the first coronavirus lockdown, is unlikely,