Depends what you mean by “family car”. My (diesel), Renault Captur, used to cost £38 to fill (before Ukraine), now costs £55. A few days ago, on M1 NB services (I forget which), diesel was over £2/litre for the “fancy” stuff, and £1.98/litre for the “ordinary”.
I presume you aren't filling from empty? According to specs the Captur has a 39 to 44 litre fuel tank. From empty assuming the 39 it would still be £72 around here!
Although to be fair google says my Grand Scenic has a 53 litre tank but I routinely put 56 to 57 litres in it!
True. Mine neither. But the car does and it is required to collect/deliver my children to/from school and my wife to/from work as well as occasional supermarket and garden centre use, and even more occasional trips to visit family.my bike doesn't need petrol or diesel
I'm going to have to dispute that last figure. My bicycle definitely requires at the very least a soft drink and a cake every 45 miles. I make that somewhere around 00.90 per litre assuming 45 miles to the gallon. 🧁🍰🧁🍰Cycling Fuel: 00:00
Just heard our camping weekend in the west country has just been cancelled...that's just over £200 of diesel saved....
I managed to get from Heidelberg to Newquay on one tank of diesel. In my company car days we had to do a course on how to drive efficiently and save fuel, and now I have to pay for this myself this has come in handy.