Chris Honnery, 26 January 2016

MOTORISTS will have another thing to celebrate today, with some service stations selling unleaded fuel at its lowest point in years.

Unleaded fuel has been spotted around the southeast being sold at below $1 a litre in some locations.

According to the RACQ website, now is the time to fill up with unleaded fuel currently at its cheapest.

The Matilda service station on the corner of Logan and Miles Platting Road was selling ULP at 99.9 cents a litre.

RACQ has advised motorists to buy unleaded fuel at around $1.08 a litre.

Brisbane’s southern suburbs appear to have the cheapest fuel, with the average price at around $1.07, while suburbs around Chermside are selling it at an average of $1.13, according to fuel price website Motormouth.

Extracted in full from the Courier Mail.