The average price of petrol and diesel in Irish forecourts has hit new record highs, according to the AA.
The average cost of petrol is now €2.13 per litre, while a litre of diesel is €2.05.
Prices vary across the country, with petrol hitting highs of €2.30 in some parts of the country.
The AA spokesperson Paddy Comyn said that prices are only going one way.
"It now costs the average motorist of a petrol car €750 more than last year to fill their car for a year," he said.
"The average diesel driver now spends €640 more per year than last year.
"Certainly, for now, it now looks like prices are going up significantly judging by the increases over the last two weeks.
"If they keep increasing at this rate, it is only a matter of time before they reach €2.50 per litre."