After the unwelcome price hike, finally some good news for drivers.
Petrol has almost returned back down to the value it was at before last week’s price increase.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 17th of October, 2018, following a very sharp increase in prices last week, fuel prices have dropped once again across fiel stations in the Republic of Croatia.
As has been reported by several media outlets, petrol at most gas stations across the country is now cheaper than 17 lipa. Diesel has also cheaped slightly, by just 1 lipa.
What will make welcome reading for many is that petrol prices have almost returned back down to the value it was at before the very unwelcome price hike that took place across the country last week. To briefly recall, last Tuesday, the price of petrol increased by an average of 20 lipa.
As of now, petrol and diesel prices are almost equal.