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Average monthly price of fuels in Scotland 2015-2020, by fuel type

Since 2015, the price of different fuel in Scotland has fluctuated significantly. Overall, all fuel prices dropped to its lowest in the first two months of 2016, when unleaded 95 octane, diesel and super unleaded were sold at 102, 101.2 and 110.7 pence per liter, respectively. By August of 2020, unleaded 95 octane, diesel and unleaded fuel amounted to 114.3, 118 and 130.3 pence per liter, respectively. During this period, Scottish drivers generally paid more than the UK average for diesel fuel.

Average price of unleaded 95 octane, diesel and super unleaded fuel in Scotland from August 2015 and August 2020

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Release date

August 2020


United Kingdom (Scotland)

Survey time period

2015 to 2020

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