Orange motorists are enjoying cheap fuel as a second service station has slashed its prices by about 25 cents a litre.
The Caltex Woolworths servo on the corner of Summer and William streets cut its prices on Tuesday to match those offered at the new United servo on Peisley Street since the weekend.
The prices of E10 (down to 113.9c a litre), unleaded 91 (116.9c at United, ), diesel (122.9c) and premium 95 (128.9c) fuel are the cheapest in the state.
They are well below the prices being offered across the rest of Orange.
And it might be a case of fill up quick as there is no indication from the petrol companies when they will lift the prices back to what the rest of the state is paying.
The United petrol station was busy with motorists again on Wednesday morning on its fifth day of opening.
Franchisee Karthik Myana said the price was an opening special but he did not know when the prices would rise.
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