Drivers across the UK have experienced the largest monthly fuel price rise since Russia invaded Ukraine.

West Midlands drivers saw petrol rise by 4.29p, and diesel increase by 4.95p in February.

RAC Fuel Watch data has revealed a £10 price gap between the cheapest and most expensive supermarket fill-up.

RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams stated: "At the end of February there was an 18p difference between the country’s cheapest supermarket unleaded and the dearest, and for diesel it was 21p."