Drivers have been given some pre-bank holiday cheer by supermarket fuel-price cuts.
From tomorrow both Asda and Sainsbury's are reducing the cost of their petrol by up to 2p a litre, with diesel going down by 1p a litre.
In Asda's case, this will take the price of its petrol to no more than 124.7p a litre, with diesel at 128.7p for diesel - its lowest prices since January 2011.
The AA said t he average UK price of petrol yesterday was 129.71p a litre, with diesel at 133.74p - its lowest since mid-February 2011.
AA public affairs head Paul Watters said: "We have seen competitive independent retailers east of London selling petrol as low as 125.9p a litre recently."
He said the supermarkets' move would spur other retailers to follow suit.
RAC fuel spokesman Pete Williams said: "We've been calling for petrol and diesel prices to fall for some time following the decrease in wholesale prices and so this is a welcome move by the supermarkets.
"We would expect to see other retailers to follow in the coming days giving consumers a great opportunity to fuel up ahead of the bank holiday."