The price of gasoline in Estonia fell by four cents per liter at pump Tuesday, while diesel has fallen by one cent per liter in price, ERR reports.
As of Tuesday morning, 95-octane gas stood at €1.719 per liter at pump, compared with €1.759 on Monday.
98-octane cost €1.769 per liter, down from €1.809 a day earlier, while diesel now costs €1.619 per liter (down from €1.629).
Gas stations started to reduce prices after world prices began dropping at the start of October; 95-octane had cost €1.819 per liter, diesel €1.719 per liter, up to that point.
Diesel prices are likely to rise, however, as winter arrives, since winter diesel, which contains additives to withstand low temperatures, usually costs slightly more than its summer variant. Gas stations are currently reportedly selling a "transitional" diesel for the fall.
Editor: Andrew Whyte, Barbara Oja