Fuel retailers have been urged to pass on the fall in the cost of wholesale fuel to motorists filling up their tanks.
The call to reduce the cost of petrol and diesel at the pumps comes from motoring organisation the RAC.
The average price of a litre of unleaded was 116.76p, with diesel at 118.64p, on 9 November 2016.
Yet over the two and a half weeks preceding this, wholesale prices dropped by 4p.
The RAC is now urging garages to lower the cost of petrol and diesel to reflect the fall in wholesale prices.
It wants a price cut of at least 3p per litre on both fuels – lowering the averages to under 114p for petrol and 116p for diesel.