By PetrolPrices.com Limited
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FREE app that allows you to save money by comparing UK petrol and diesel prices in 8,490 stations, updated daily.
Find the cheapest or nearest fuel in your location. Set the fuel type, brand and radius then search.
Use our route planner to plan your journey to find the cheapest fuel along the route, click on a station and drive to it.
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PetrolPrices App Features:
• Displays prices updated daily across 8,490 stations, 98% coverage of UK market
• Open the app and see the cheapest or nearest stations near your location
• See the highest, lowest and average fuel price for every station in your location
• Filter by distance, select 2, 5, 10, 15 and 20 mile search radii for your search preference
• Filter by fuel type: Unleaded, Diesel, Super Unleaded, Premium Diesel, LRP and LPG prices
• Filter by station brand, showing petrol retailers, supermarkets and smaller chains
• Fuel route planner shows five cheapest or nearest stations along a point to point route
• Select a station on the route and the default navigation software on your device will take you there
• Save recent location searches and manage favourite stations by distance and latest price
What's New in Version 1.9.3
Bugfixes & stability improvements.
Not very accurate and stations missing
It's not very accurate, don't know when it's refreshing the prices, but rarely are the same as the gas station (only if for several days are the same will match).
And it doesn't have all the gas stations around my area (SG15) (i'm talking about big ones, not one small and independent)
Disappointing to be locked out for the day after trying to set up some local PS's as favourites. Says 0 searches left and just packs up. Reinstalling makes no difference.
Poor, pointless app
Prices are out of date and it gets my location spectacularly wrong - even using the GPS! It thinks I'm north of Glasgow when in fact I'm just off the M40 in Oxfordshire. Must be some kind of record fail.