Fuel prices are at their lowest for more than two-and-a-half years.
They've fallen by 9p per litre, from £1.40 in September to £1.31 now.
We asked you on our Facebook page what the news means for you and your businesses:
"This is good news for us.
"We're a small, privately owned business, with a team of mobile engineers.
"Fuel costs were constantly rising but our customers would not want to see our prices increase because of the difficult trading conditions lots of them have been enduring.
"I hope this reduction is likely to be long term."
"Still being ripped off, what's new?
"Should be no more than £1 a litre."
"I can't afford to have a car now, it's ridiculous.
"I think in the near future we will all be back to horse and cart."
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