Nation-wide shutdowns and restrictions due to COVID-19 are forcing Australians to stay at home, but many of us will still need to fill up our cars to carry out essential activities in the lead up the long weekend
Latest quarterly petrol analysis from comparethemarket.com.au reveals petrol prices should continue to ease into the lead up to Christmas.
New research reveals petrol prices over the last quarter have been at their highest since 2014
Motorists in Sydney and Perth can look forward to the weekend ahead with prices expected to be towards their lowest in the petrol cycle.
Comparethemarket.com.au has released its quarterly petrol price analysis ahead of the long weekend, revealing most motorists should hold off filling up.
Motorists can breathe a sigh of relief with unleaded petrol (ULP) prices expected to fall across the nation just in time for the long weekend.
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