Most supermarkets are selling petrol and diesel at prices just below the national average.
But retailers are still being accused of ripping off motorists by charging way more in towns just a few miles apart as more people struggle with the cost of living crisis.
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MPs will debate a petition on Monday (May 23) calling for a two-year cut in fuel duty and VAT for to combat the cost of living crisis which campaigners say would effectively return pump prices to 2020 levels.
After diesel prices hit record high prices earlier this month, RAC fuel spokesperson Simon Williams said: “Sadly, despite the Chancellor’s 5p a litre duty cut, the average price of a litre of diesel has hit a new record high at 180.29p.
"Efforts to move away from importing Russian diesel have led to a tightening of supply and pushed up the price retailers pay for diesel. While the wholesale price has eased in the last few days this is likely to be temporary, especially if the EU agrees to ban imports of Russian oil.
“Unfortunately, drivers with diesel vehicles need to brace themselves for yet more pain at the pumps.
"Had Mr Sunak reduced VAT to 15 percent as we call on him to do instead of cutting duty by 5p, drivers of diesel vehicles would be around 2p a litre better off, or £1 for every full tank.
"As it is, drivers are still paying 27p VAT on petrol and 29p on diesel, which is just the same as before the Spring Statement.
“The average price of petrol is also on the rise having gone up nearly 3p a litre since the start of the month to 166.65p which means it’s less than a penny away from the all-time high of 167.30p set on 22 March.”
Website petrolprices.com has a handy tool which gives drivers options on where to find the cheapest fuel locally.
So here's where it says you can fill up for a little bit less in Northampton, Kettering, Corby, Rushden and Wellingborough…
■ Unleaded159.7p: Kettering, Sainsbury's
161.7p: Asda, Kettering
162.7p: Morrison's. Kettering
162.9p: Morrisons Northampton
163.9p: Tesco, Weston Favell
164.9p: Tesco Mereway
164.9p: Sainsburys, Weedon Road
165.7p: Morrisons and Asda, Corby
166.9p: Sainsbury's Wellingborough
168.7p: Asda, Rushden
■ Diesel173.7p: Asda, Kettering
173.9p: Sainsbury's, Kettering
176.7p: Asda, Corby
176.9p: Tesco, Kettering
177.9p: Tesco and Morrisons, Northampton
178.7p: Asda, Rushden
178.9p: Sainsbury's, Weedon Road
179.9p: Sainsbury's, Wellingborough
Prices are those shown on petrolprices.com on Monday (May 23) but may refer to pump prices reported on previous days.