Budget 2013: The cheapest stations for petrol in Exeter
Petrol prices increased by an average of 4p a litre in February, figures have revealed.
"In the past month alone the average UK cost of petrol has gone up from 138.32p to 139.91p a litre, culminating last week in the latest price surge, peaking at 140.03p," says the AA.
The price rise is the biggest increase since January 2011 as a combination of a falling pound and higher oil prices hit motorists.
As Devon drivers look to save money and search for the best deal on petrol the Echo can reveal the five cheapest station to buy petrol in Exeter.
The map below shows the five petrol stations with the cheapest fuel prices in the region, according to figures provided by petrolprices.com. Click on the red dot to see details on each station.
Drivers already hit hard by petrol price hikes are dreading a planned fuel duty rise later this year but experts believe George Osborne may suspend the planned autumn fuel duty hike in his budget announcement today.
The Chancellor is expected to promise to delay or scrap planned duty rises on fuel and beer.
Follow live updates from today’s budget as well as local reaction to the announcement throughout the day on thisisexeter.co.uk.