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Fuel prices are going up. Not only 95 petrol is getting more expensive

Fuel prices are going up.  Not only 95 petrol is getting more expensive

Fuel prices are going up. Not only 95 petrol is getting more expensive

Gasoline and diesel prices at the beginning of 2023 surprised negatively. From January 1, 2023, the excise duty increased fuel surcharge (by approx. PLN 0.14/l of petrol and diesel by PLN 0.10/l, respectively), and the VAT rate returned to the level before the anti-inflation shield – 23 percent. from 8 percent What amounts do drivers greet at stations?

Compared to the situation from the last week of 2022, refueling with autogas is PLN 0.12 more expensive. A liter of it today fuel costs PLN 3.03 on average. – Such a cost, in addition to the changed tax rates, is also caused by significantly higher prices of supplies of this fuel to stations – experts explain.

Fuel prices higher at the beginning of 2023, petrol 95, diesel and LPG

Pb95 gasoline and diesel oil increased by 4 and 3 cents, respectively. Hence, on average, a liter of unleaded fuel costs PLN 6.57, and a liter of diesel PLN 7.69.

– Although at some stations prices are significantly higher than them. The scale of changes is small due to radical reductions in wholesale prices at the end of 2022 – analysts note.

There, the price of 95 petrol is the highest, and how much does LPG cost?

It is the most expensive in the Lublin region, Opole and Lower Silesia. In the first of these regions a liter of Pb95 costs the most – PLN 6.65, in the second, diesel oil – PLN 7.79/l, and in the third LPG – PLN 3.12/l.

lowest prices gasoline and diesel are in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. A liter of PB95 costs PLN 6.42 there, and PLN 7.51 per liter for diesel. LPG with a price of PLN 2.90 per liter is the cheapest in Upper Silesia.


Refueling a car at a gas station / Tomasz Sevastianowicz


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