THE price of petrol at the pumps is rising again after weeks of falls.
The average cost of a litre of petrol in Scotland is now 132p, with diesel at 137.4p, the AA said.
Average petrol prices across the UK peaked at 142.48p a litre in mid-April and were as low as 130.81p at the beginning of this month, before going up again. But the AA said that had the fall in the north west European wholesale price of petrol been fully passed on to consumers, motorists would have been paying even less for fuel than they were at the beginning of the month.
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