Fuel is most expensive in the north

When it comes to the prices at the petrol pumps, drivers in the north of the republic currently have to dig deep into their pockets. In the country comparison made by the ADAC, petrol is currently the most expensive in Hamburg and diesel in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

According to ADAC, petrol is cheapest in Saarland, followed by Rhineland-Palatinate in second place. In the smallest area, drivers pay 1.696 euros for a liter of Super E10, 10.2 cents less than in Hamburg (1.798 euros). The second most expensive federal state is Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania with an average price of 1.784 euros.

The cheapest federal state for diesel drivers is Rhineland-Palatinate: A liter of diesel there costs an average of 1.673 euros, followed by North Rhine-Westphalia with 1.681 euros. At the bottom, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania has to pay 1.736 euros, in the second most expensive federal state Bavaria it is only 0.1 cents less at 1.735 euros per liter. The price difference between the most expensive and cheapest federal state is 6.3 cents for diesel.

For the study, the price data from more than 14,000 gas stations recorded by the market transparency agency were evaluated. They represent a snapshot of today, 11 a.m. (aum)

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