MOTORISTS look set to benefit from another petrol price war.
Asda announced it would cut diesel by up to 2p per litre bringing its lowest price on diesel since July 2012,.
Unleaded will come down by up to one pence per litre and all other supermarkets are set to follow.
Andy Peake, Asda’s petrol trading director, said: “With Asda’s latest price cut we’re now seeing the lowest price on diesel since July 2012.
“We’re the only supermarket that has a national price cap on fuel, ensuring drivers know the price they will pay at the pump regardless of where they live.”
Savvy motorists can also check how much they will save on fuel by heading online to www.petrolprices.com which allows drivers across the UK to find the lowest priced fuel before they fill up.
The cheapest fuel in Burton is at the MRH filling station, in Ashby Road, where unleaded is 128.9p a litre and diesel is 134.9p.
Sainsbury’s, in Civic Way, Swadlincote, is selling unleaded at 127.9p and diesel at 134.9p.