Gas stations in South Australia can now offer five cents per liter for fuel.
The state’s Liquor and Gaming Authority (LGA) says the change will make petrol more affordable and allow consumers to save money.
The LGA says the five cent increase is the biggest it’s ever seen and will be rolled out across all the state’s gas stations.
Gas stations will also be allowed to offer discounts of up to 20 per cent.
The price will remain the same.
There are some changes in the state, however.
The new fuel will be used by all gas stations but only the most expensive will be able to offer it to consumers.
It will also apply to petrol purchased from the gas station.
This will mean consumers can now buy fuel from a gas station of any petrol price.
More to come.