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Every day, NewsLocal tracks local fuel prices, so that you know when and where you are paying too much.
The cheapest U91 petrol at 2.15am today, according to Fuel Check, was 144.7 cents a litre, 7.2 cents cheaper than the most expensive bowsers.
These are the cheapest stations for Unleaded:
Caltex Mittagong Bowral Rd, 65 Bowral Rd, Mittagong, 144.7
Mobil Mittagong, 224 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong, 144.7
Enhance Bowral, 202 Bong Bong Street, Bowral, 144.9
Caltex Mittagong, 115 Main St, Mittagong, 147.9
Enhance Colovale, 1 Elm St, Colo Vale, 147.9
Today’s other average and cheapest fuel prices:
The cheapest is 164.9 cents, while the average is 169.2 cents.
Cheapest stations for Premium 98 are :
Enhance Bowral, 202 Bong Bong Street, Bowral, 164.9
Caltex Mittagong Bowral Rd, 65 Bowral Rd, Mittagong, 165.7
Mobil Mittagong, 224 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong, 165.7
Bp Mittagong, Cnr Priestly & Cavendish Sts, Mittagong, 166.9
Enhance Colovale, 1 Elm St, Colo Vale, 167.9
The cheapest is 157.9 cents, while the average is 163.9 cents.
Cheapest stations for Premium 95 are :
Enhance Bowral, 202 Bong Bong Street, Bowral, 157.9
Caltex Mittagong, 115 Main St, Mittagong, 162.9
Caltex Woolworths Bowral, 2-4 Banyette Street (Cnr Station St), Bowral, 163.9
Coles Express Bowral, 430 Bong Bong St (Cnr Bowral St), Bowral, 164.9
Coles Express Mittagong, Old Hume Hwy (Cnr Balaclava St), Mittagong, 166.9
Bp Mittagong, 51-59 Main Street, Mittagong, 166.9
The cheapest is 144.9 cents, while the average is 147.9 cents.
Cheapest stations for Diesel are:
The cheapest is 95.9 cents, while the average is 95.9 cents.
Cheapest stations for LPG are :
Why you should shop around:
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says petrol price cycles bear little relation to the wholesale price of fuel.
“The cheapest and most expensive days to buy petrol can change from cycle to cycle,” it says, recommending motorists “use price cycles to help you decide when to buy petrol”.
What service stations must do:
Service station operators must ensure the price of fuel in FuelCheck matches the standard price of the fuel at their service station at all times.
NSW Fair Trading says consumers who notice a price difference are “encouraged to raise this with the service station operator”.
“Consumers are able to lodge a complaint with NSW Fair Trading directly via FuelCheck regarding instances of fuel price mismatch,” it says.
“Fair Trading will review each complaint and depending on the circumstances the service station may be fined for non-compliance. Penalty notices of $550 can be issued for each offence.”