Petrol and Diesel price in Kolkata

Petrol and Diesel price in Kolkata are volatile, Check latest Petrol price in Kolkata

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07 Apr
103.94
90.76
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06 Apr
103.94
90.76
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05 Apr
103.94
90.76
N/A
04 Apr
103.94
90.76
N/A
03 Apr
103.94
90.76
N/A
02 Apr
103.94
90.76
N/A
01 Apr
103.94
90.76
N/A
31 Mar
103.94
90.76
N/A
30 Mar
103.94
90.76
N/A
29 Mar
103.94
90.76
N/A

Note : there may be slight variations in prices across outlets within a city

Petrol and Diesel Price in Kolkata

Following the latest round of Petrol and Diesel prices in the country have skyrocketed by oil marketing corporations(OMC). According to experts, the intensive and high in petrol and diesel costs will have a wide range of impacts on the typical Indian's everyday life. Petrol price in Kolkata are getting increasingly fluctuating as crude oil prices rise.

As the rupee falls in value against the dollar on a daily basis, petrol price in Kolkata have increased. If you are considering a longer journey, you should double-check the current petrol costs in Kolkata.


Petrol price in Kolkata

Today's Petrol Price in Kolkata is INR 103.94 per liter. Petrol price in Kolkata saw decrease of 0.


Diesel price in Kolkata

Today's diesel price in Kolkata is INR 90.76 per liter. In Kolkata State taxes are included in the pricing of both gasoline and diesel.

FAQs

Individuals owning personal cars prefer petrol-driven vehicles, while those in commercial driving prefer diesel-driven vehicles.

Inner line permit applies to foreigners visiting West Bengal. However, individuals planning to ride near the Indo-Tibetan border need advance clearance, whether visiting with or without personal vehicles.

We suggest you have valid car insurance when driving in West Bengal. Known for hostile terrain conditions, having a comprehensive package keeps you covered against potential driving mishaps in West Bengal.

West Bengal enjoys the least traffic density similar to Manipur and Mizoram. Private cars in West Bengal are the lowest in other Indian states with nearly 60 vehicles available for every 10,000 people in the state.