UK petrol prices likely to soar owing to Tropical Storm Harvey, says RAC

Unleaded petrol could rise by 4p a litre, its highest level in more than two years, after storm curtails US oil production

The price of petrol at UK pumps is likely to rise to its highest level in more than two years owing to the effects of Tropical Storm Harvey, motoring association the RAC has warned.

Unleaded petrol could rise in cost by 4p a litre in the coming days, making it more expensive than diesel for the first time in more than a year.

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