The ranking was drawn up after a survey by Multitankcard among all petrol stations in our country where at least 500 refueling times were used in the period January to November 2020. In total, it concerned more than 4000 pump operators. Last year, the prize for the cheapest petrol station in the Netherlands went to Kanters in Ruurlo in the Achterhoek region.
This year, with an average liter price of 1,434 euros, you paid the least for the most common E10 petrol at Joontjes in Sneek. The petrol station is closely followed by Fieten Olie, where the Audis, BMWs and Mercedes from the chic Blaricum can be filled for 1,435 euros per liter.
In the Premium petrol E5 category, the prize goes to TinQ Hoogeveen in Drenthe (liter price 1,581 euros). There are even two winners for the diesel pumps: Tamoil Nieuw-Vennep (North Holland) and Esso Express Beek in Montferland, Gelderland; together they are the cheapest with an average liter price of 1,095 euros.
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