Motoring organisation the RAC is predicting that petrol prices will fall below £1 a litre in the new year.
If fuel prices fall below the £1 barrier in January it will be the first time in nearly six years they have been that low.
In recent months the price of crude oil has plummeted, leading to a gradual fall in prices at the pumps.
Currently, the average price for unleaded at supermarket pumps is £1.14 per litre, with diesel at £1.20 per litre.
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