NEARBY PETROL AND DIESEL PRICES
St. Pauls Square, CARLISLE, CA1 1AE
This page will show you the current petrol and diesel prices from petrol stations near to St. Pauls Square, CARLISLE, CA1 1AE and the surrounding area.
This tool allows you to ensure you can easily find the cheapest fuel for your vehicle and also make sure your nearest petrol station isn't the most expensive in your area - and all of this without the self-defeating exercise of driving around and checking prices!
The difference between the cheapest and most expensive fuel in your area can mean saving as much as £6.00 when filling up a car with an average 50 litre fuel tank.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SERVICE
This data shown on this page is a beta-level service that is being provided as an interim solution by the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA).
In a July 2023 review (available here), the CMA recommended that fuel pricing data should be published as a consumer benefit and such a solution is currently being consulted upon.
The data provided on this page may not be complete and may contain errors. Therefore, you should always check the price displayed on the forecourt before purchasing fuel.
Local Petrol Stations Map near to St. Pauls Square, CARLISLE, CA1 1AE
The higher the marker number, the further away the petrol station from the center of the postcode.
- Clicking on the map will re-centre to the selected point.
- The last updated date beneath the map is when the data was last checked and not the time necessarily that individual stations were updated.
- The date individual station prices were last provided by the company is shown by clicking on a marker or in the table below.
Local Petrol Stations Listing (4 Stations) near to St. Pauls Square, CARLISLE, CA1 1AE
Price Data Sources
Our fuel price data is provided by the following companies.
Fuel Types and their differences
Standard Petrol (E10)
Standard E10 Petrol (previously referred to as Standard or 95 octane) contains 10% of bioethanol which is a renewable source and as such will help reduce CO2 greenhouse gases. The government suggests that the introduction of E10 fuel in September 2021 could cut emissions by 750,000 tonnes per year which is the equivalent of 350,000 cars being taken off the road.
E10 petrol results in slightly lower fuel economy of around 1% but it is unlikely to be noticeable in everyday driving.
Most cars manufactured since the late 1990s are able to use E10 fuel and all cars since 2011 must be compatible but some classic, cherished and older vehicles may not be. You can find more details on specific models by using the Government vehicle checker at https://www.gov.uk/check-vehicle-e10-petrol.
Super Petrol (E5)
Super grade petrol is made up of 95% petrol and 5% bioethanol and vehicles not compatible with E10 should instead fill up with E5 instead.
Diesel B7 is a fuel with up to 7% of added biocomponents which meets the requirements of the European diesel standard (EN590). This biocomponent is called Fatty Acide Methyl Ester (FAME).
Super Diesel is also mixed with 7% of bicomponents but is supplemented with fuel additives designed to improve combustion efficiency, reduce emissions, enhance lubrication, or provide other benefits to the engine.