Google Maps and Co: These apps save you from the price shock at the gas station

Google Maps and Co: These apps save you from the price shock at the gas station
Google Maps and Co: These apps save you from the price shock at the gas station
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October 27, 2021 at 4:08 pm

With Google Maps and other apps, you can cheat the gas stations and save money when you fill up. We introduce you to three fuel price comparison apps in more detail.

Refueling is getting more and more expensive. But with these apps you save real money. (Source: lightpoet / depositphotos.com)

  • The ADAC reports further increases in fuel prices.
  • You can use various apps to find the cheapest petrol station in your area.
  • In addition, you should only refuel at certain times.

The fuel prices in Germany reach new record-breaking values, this shows a current analysis of the ADAC. Accordingly, the price for the liter of Super E10 climbs within a week by 0.4 cents to 1.675 euros. The “liter super” was last so expensive nine years ago. The situation is similar with the diesel price, which also climbed by 0.4 cents to 1.564 euros per liter. It is worthwhile to compare the prices of different petrol stations.

Google Maps

It’s quick and easy with Google Maps. The fuel price function is not particularly convenient here, but the app is already installed on almost every mobile phone and you can quickly and easily navigate to the cheapest petrol station. In the linked article, we explain to you how you use the navigation app to determine the fuel prices at the petrol stations in your area.

Clever refueling

But you can also use special price comparison apps for fuel prices. Our favorite is Clever-Refueling. This offers you numerous additional functions such as an alarm function as soon as a certain price is reached.

ADAC fuel prices

An alternative is the “ADAC fuel prices” app. In addition to current fuel prices, it also offers point-to-point navigation and detailed route planning to the next cheap refueling opportunity.

In general, the ADAC also advises you to fill up between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. and between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m., when petrol and diesel are usually the cheapest.

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