E10 petrol price 'among highest in Europe' as experts urge Chancellor to 'intervene now'

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Since its introduction in September, drivers have called out the decision to switch to E10, something which has been used across Europe, the USA and Australia for many years.

According to new data from Urbantz has found that the cost of an average 55-litre tank of petrol sets drivers back £81.

This does fall short to the likes of Sweden, Denmark, Norway and the most expensive, the Netherlands, where the average price of a 55-litre tank is a whopping £94.

Petrol and electricity costs in the UK consume around 26 percent of the average weekly wage, far higher than the likes of Germany, France and Ireland, which all take up around 20 percent of the weekly wage.



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