A petrol station owner has slashed the price of his fuel to help struggling Brits during the cost of living crisis.
The Texaco petrol station in Greater Manchester has been praised for supporting the local community with its lower prices.
Owner Hassan Mohammed has been determined to keep costs down which he claims are 27p cheaper than his rivals.
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He told The Sun: "It's gone mad. The queues have been fairly long at times.
"But this isn't panic buying, it's just people rushing to get very cheap petrol.
"There's been no traffic caused by queuing – just a very busy forecourt."
Hassan's kind gesture has been praised online, with drivers flooding to the station's Facebook page.
One wrote: "Hope people give this garage the customer loyalty it deserves."
Another added: "Thank you for not being greedy and helping to save us some money in these crazy times.
"Shows all the others up if you can sell at this price then so could they well done."
The lowering of prices is the second time the forecourt made an effort to support the local community.
Recently it maintained its rate of 169.9p for unleaded and 185.9p for diesel.
Hassan previously responded to the outpouring of support from vehicle owners by thanking the Walkden community.
He said: "The response has been phenomenal and to show our appreciation.
"We would like to see if we can push fuel price boundaries further and lower prices even more."
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