Motorists warned of record fuel prices

Motorists are being warned of record fuel prices at the pumps due to the Russian-Ukraine border crisis.

Crude oil has risen above 90 dollars a barrel for the first time in eight years.

Some petrol stations have added two cent on to the price of petrol and diesel overnight, meaning motorists could be paying around 177 cent for a litre of petrol.

David Horgan, Managing Director of oil and gas exploring company, Petrol Resources, says the problem has been building for months:

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