The average price of petrol and diesel at UK forecourts stayed the same throughout March despite a rise in the wholesale cost of both fuels, data from the RAC’s Fuel Watch report reveals.
A litre of unleaded now costs 120.11p (0.06p increase) and diesel 122.82p (0.01p increase) which means the cost of filling a 55-litre family car remains at £66 (£66.06) for petrol and £67.55 (£67.55) for diesel.
Drivers in the UK’s 20 largest cities are receiving 1,128,259 penalty charge notices for driving in bus lanes every year, raising £68 M annually, says the RAC.
Cardiff’s 11 miles of bus lanes have 14 cameras and over three years there has been a 21% drop in fixed tickets with the average camera now detecting 5,829 vehicles.
The A4061 Bwlch-y-Clawdd Road will be shut from Treorchy to north of the villageof Nantymoel in Bridgend county, just after the A4107 junction.
It will be closed until Tuesday for essential safety work to rock faces.
Global car making plans face a crash in the tit-for-tat tariff war between the US and China.
BMW and Mercedes export huge numbers of models from American assembly plants to rich Chinese customers and there must be questions over Far East investments by other car makers who may find their cannot export models to the US, notably Ford.
Ford will launch a direct sales channel for trade parts.
As market leader in the UK, Ford becomes the first manufacturer to offer a full range in its new Parts Plus programme directly to independent repairers, including access to the all-new Omnicraft range, which includes highly competitive products and prices for all major UK brands.
Car owners in West London on average pay the most for car insurance at typically £1,734.80p.
Galashiels in Scotland is the cheapest at about £544.84p says GoCompare.