Fuel prices have risen by an eye watering 49% in the last two years. Experts are predicting prices to go up another 10p next year. It begs the question - when will fuel price increases ever stop?
Data found that the cheapest region for petrol is Yorkshire and the Humberside, with the average price 132p per litre.
Whereas the most expensive area for petrol is London and the South East, with an average price of 137p per litre.

The above data would make a nice data description question.

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