This is what you will pay for fuel in Burnley today as prices at the petrol pumps rise for first time in two years

A jump in the price of oil has pushed up the price of filling up your car once again.

The largest monthly jump in fuel prices in two years has hit motorists, with costs driven cuts in production by Russia and Saudi Arabia and wars in Ukraine and Gaza. An average full tank of unleaded now costs £79.62, according to the RAC.

The average cost at the pumps rose 4p a litre in February and diesel shot up nearly 5p and unleaded is now 144.76p.The typical 55 litres of diesel it takes to fill up a family car went up £2.60 to £84.27.