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Bad News At The Bowser For Sydney Drivers

If you thought filling up the car was expensive now, things are only going to get worse.

The NRMA has released its weekly fuel report, revealing the cost of fuel has hit a three and a half year high in Sydney and are expected to rise more.

Over the past week, the average price rose three cents per litre with the average unleaded petrol price tipped to go up to 157 cents per litre this week.

You can expect to fork out 178 cents a litre for premium fuel, while the average cost of Diesel is sitting at 157 cents a litre.

Peter Khoury from the NRMA says things are going to get worse before they get better.

"We're still heading north and it'll probably take around three weeks to fall again," he said.

"We'll see prices drop around 20 cents a litre on average, but the reality is while these global factors continue to work against motorists, we're going to continue to see these high prices."

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