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Money Drivers are being stung at the pump after the price of petrol soars 25 per cent in just one year - and it's going to get worse

04:30  03 july  2018
04:30  03 july  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The price of petrol has increased by its biggest margin in almost a decade - and the cost for motorists is expected to increase. CommSec senior economist Ryan Felsman said prices have jumped 25 per cent in a single year .

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The price of petrol has increased by its biggest margin in almost a decade - and the cost for motorists is expected to increase.

The cost of filling up at the pump has increased from 2017 at the highest rate in nearly 10 years, Nine News reported.

Australians are paying $1.49 per litre of fuel on average in 2018, while drivers in Sydney are paying $1.44 for each litre.

Global crude oil prices have risen to a three-and-a-half year high.

Petrol prices threaten family budgets before school holidays

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Australians pay 0 each month for petrol , according to CommSec - more than last year . © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd The new speed camera is set to sting many more drivers . " It ' s just over the top I reckon," one truck driver told 9News.

Drivers are being stung at the pump after the price of petrol soars 25 per cent in just one year - and it ' s going to get worse . Australians pay 0 each month for petrol , according to CommSec - more than last year . The cost of filling up at the pump has increased from 2017 at the highest

a store inside of a building: The price of petrol has increased by its biggest margin in almost a decade - and the cost for motorists is expected to increase© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The price of petrol has increased by its biggest margin in almost a decade - and the cost for motorists is expected to increase As international petrol prices rise, the effect is expected to be felt in Australia.

Australians pay $240 each month for petrol, according to CommSec - $50 more than last year.

CommSec senior economist Ryan Felsman said prices have jumped 25 per cent in a single year.

'That's the strongest growth rate in nine-and-a-half years,' he told the Daily Telegraph.

a close up of a sign: An Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report found petrol prices increased significantly from April© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited An Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report found petrol prices increased significantly from April An Australian Competition and Consumer Commission report found petrol prices increased significantly from April.

'Consumers have recently been paying around $1.60 [per litre] for petrol,' ACCC chairman Rod Sims told ABC News.

Tensions in the Middle East, potential sanctions against Iran by the United States and concerns over supply from South America.

1800 NSW drivers nabbed in police blitz .
NSW Police issued almost 1800 infringement notices for illegal phone use, not keeping left, and non-compliant vehicles in a one-day state-wide blitz.Almost 1800 infringement notices were issued as part of the state-wide operation on Wednesday - half of them for illegal phone use.

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