Raising fuel prices in UAE in July

Drivers continue to face increasing fuel costs, with prices up on June. UAE fuel prices are set to rise again.

After an initial and significant increase in prices for petrol and diesel in March of this year, prices at the pump are set to rise further in July.

With an approximate increase of 11% on fuel prices in June, drivers will feel a further impact on their pocket at filling stations, this month.

From July 1, fuel prices per litre will increase by approximately 11% across the board. At the pump, fuel prices in July will be:

  • Super 98: Dhs4.33 per litre (previously Dhs4.15 in June)
  • Special 95: Dhs4.52 per litre (previously Dhs4.03 in June)
  • Diesel: Dhs4.76 per litre (previously Dhs4.14 in June)
  • E-Plus 91: Dhs3.96 per litre (previously Dhs4.44 in June)

Looking for alternative methods of transport to save a few dirhams?

With these hikes in fuel prices in mind, you might be looking towards alternative modes of transportation.

It might be time to the pedals pumping, go electric or even hop on the bus.

E-scooters. If you’ve got an e-scooter, an additional ten locations were added to approved areas to use e-scooters in Dubai. This extension of areas in which riders can use e-scooters will include the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT), Dubai Internet City, Al Rigga, 2nd of December Street in Satwa, the Palm Jumeirah, and City Walk.

You can also rent a range of e-scooters at various points around the city.

Did you know you should have a licence to drive your e-scooter? Make sure you’re up to date with all the regulations and recommendations on using e-scooters in Dubai.

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