|First day of cycle (low price)||Tue 15 Jun 21|
|No. of days to highest price in the cycle||16|
|Date of highest price in the cycle||Thu 01 Jul 21|
|Days to next cycle (next low price)||19|
|Total days in cycle||35|
Where is the cheapest petrol in Melbourne today?
Melbourne’s cheapest petrol price of 117.98 cents per litre could be found in the city’s southeast, in the 3911 postcode, which includes the suburbs of Baxter and Langwarrin South.
What day does petrol prices change?
Fuel prices are officially calculated and adjusted on the first Wednesday of every month by the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy.
Where can I find cheap petrol?
Use the FuelCheck online tool to find the cheapest fuel at NSW service stations near you. With FuelCheck, you can: find and get directions to the cheapest fuel in your area and across NSW.
Why is petrol so expensive in Melbourne?
Cuts in oil production by the OPEC cartel and other big producers, combined with a pick-up in global fuel demand, led to higher petrol prices in Australia’s five largest capital cities in the March 2021 quarter.
How much does petrol cost in Melbourne?
Average Unleaded Prices by City
Melbourne was the priciest, with an average cost of $1.27 per litre, which works out as $101.60 to fill an 80L tank of petrol, followed by another of the country’s biggest cities, Brisbane, at $1.26.
How far can you drive with R100 petrol?
Renault’s compact Kwid will take you as far as 134km on R100 worth of petrol and it will cost about R476 to fill-up in Gauteng, giving drivers a range of 636km from its 28l tank.
How do you calculate petrol usage?
Calculating a vehicle’s fuel consumption is not difficult. Simply note down the distance travelled since the last top-up and then take a note of how much fuel it consumed to travel that distance, then divide the litres used by the kilometres travelled and multiply by 100 to calculate consumption in litres/100km.
Why is petrol going up again?
The fuel price increases follow a rise in oil prices this year, as a result of confidence over the economic recovery as Covid-19 vaccinations were rolled out and tight supplies as the Opec group and its allies slowly relaxed production curbs introduced early in the pandemic.
Can you mix 95 98?
While this is unlikely to cause major damage to your car, the RAC recommends sticking to the octane recommended for your vehicle. This will ensure efficient performance and avoid engine damage. An expert from the AA said: “Mixing the 95 and 98 octane fuels will not cause any problems.”
Which petrol is best for my car?
If you open the fuel flap of your car and it says ‘unleaded petrol only‘ it means 91 octane fuel is OK. If the fuel flap says ‘premium unleaded only’ it means you need to use at least 95. If the fuel flap tells you to use 98, that’s what you need to do. It can’t hurt your engine if you use a higher octane fuel.
When should I fill up my petrol?
Fill fuel when half tank empty: One of the most important tips is to fill up when your petrol/ diesel tank is HALF FULL. There is a scientific reason to why you must do this. The more petrol/ diesel you have in your tank, the less air occupying its empty space. Petrol/ diesel evaporate faster when in contact with air.