Up to 37% of fuel stations across the UK were out of petrol, diesel or both, on Monday suggesting normal supply has not resumed, the Retail Motor Industry Federation said.
The organisation also revealed there was almost 60% less Super Diesel available than on a normal week and 50% less Super Unleaded petrol. There was 28.8% less Unleaded petrol and 11.7% less Diesel.
Motorists have been ignoring calls not to panic buy fuel prompting shortages and queues at petrol forecourts across the country.
Petrol operators around the country have attempted to weather the latest fuel crisis, by means of hiking up prices in some areas.