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8 April 2010, 13:02 | Updated: 8 April 2010, 16:24
Petrol prices in Oxfordshire have hit record levels, with some drivers having to pay just under £1.28 for a litre of unleaded.
Average prices around Oxford for unleaded have now gone above the national record of £1.20 per litre.
The rise is partly down to an increase in the tax on fuel, but also a rise in fuel prices.
The RAC say average prices across the UK are now higher than they were during the last peak in petrol prices in July 2008.
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