As the cost of topping up your tank rockets, find out how changing the way you drive could save you money.
With the cost of fuel not showing any signs of declining very much any time soon, how can you save money when you drive?
Petrol costs have dropped back slightly from the record highs seen at the beginning of July, with average pump prices down to 188.88p per litre for petrol and 196.37p per litre for diesel.
But even at this level, current prices are still significantly higher than they were at the start of the year.
The way you drive can make a big difference to your fuel consumption, therefore saving you money, as Norwich-based driving instructor Howard Floyd explains.