Data: The rise and rise of East Anglian fuel prices

Back in 2000 the nation ground to a halt in the face of blockaded oil refineries and protests over the price of fuel.

Petrol stations ran dry. People turned to public transport, left their cars at home or shared a lift with friends, family and colleagues.

But can you remember what you paid to fill your car with fuel in 2000? How has the price risen since then? The EDP has looked back through a decade of regional fuel reports from the motoring body, the AA, to find out.


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