Fuel prices in the Czech Republic continue to fall by tens of pennies. Gasoline Natural 95 dropped in price by 50 pennies on average for the week to 36.46 CZK per liter. The price of diesel fell by 56 halers and is sold at an average of CZK 36.68 per liter. This is according to data from CCS, which tracks prices. Gasoline is now the cheapest since the end of May, diesel since the beginning of August.
The cheapest fuel is filled by drivers in the South Bohemian region, where a liter of gasoline costs 35.70 CZK on average. They sell diesel there for an average of CZK 35.94. Conversely, the most expensive fuel is offered by pumps in Prague, where a liter of gasoline costs an average of CZK 38.62. Diesel is pumped for an average of CZK 38.70 per liter in the capital.
Fuels in the Czech Republic have been getting cheaper since the beginning of October, before that they had risen in price for about four months. In a year-on-year comparison, gasoline is about 30 halers cheaper, diesel was about 1.40 kroner more expensive in the same period last year.