Fuel prices in UAE are ready to upswing again. After a substantial increase in petrol and diesel prices in March this year, prices are ready to hike more in July. In June an estimated rise of 11% in fuel prices, motorists will feel an additional burden on their pockets at petrol station, this month.
Details of petrol and diesel prices brought out by Emarat that motorist can presume this July. From July onward, fuel prices will be increased estimated 11% in all sectors.
- Diesel: New price Dhs4.76 per liter (Existing price Dhs4.14 in June)
- Super 98: New price Dhs4.33 per liter (Existing price Dhs4.15 in June)
- E-Plus 91: New Price Dhs3.96 per liter (Existing Price Dhs4.44 in June)
- Special 95: New price Dhs4.52 per liter (Existing price Dhs4.03 in June)
Due to an upsurge in fuel prices, you might be looking towards substitute means of conveyance.
It can be time to go cycling, by trams and even buses.
If you have an e-scooter, you can use it at ten additional permitted places in Dubai. These places where riders can ride include Al Rigga, Jumeirah Lakes Tower, Satwa, The Palm Jumeirah, City Walk, Dubai Internet City, and Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Boulevard. Etc.
There are various points around the emirate from where you can rent a range of e-scooters. According to RTA announcements, a driving license is essential for e-scooters and any type of e-bikes. So, we should comply with all rules and regulations while using e-scooters and e-bikes.
Dubai to Abu Dhabi bus fare is Dhs 25 only which is a much better way to go around the cities and emirates as well.
At the beginning of June, it was publicized that the RTA would collaborate with City Brain to improve the user’s experience. This system will change composite data into physical and helpful notifications about routes and timetables of buses, which helps users to plan their bus journey in a better way.