I LIVE in Street, Somerset, where Sainsburys unleaded petrol is 122.9p per litre.

I noticed when travelling to Minehead on December 20, that the Bridgwater Sainsburys was charging 112.9p for unleaded.

Today, Taunton Sainsburys was charging 109.9p - 12.9p per litre less than their Street petrol station.

I could understand a couple of pence variance between locations but, expecting the residents of Street to pay nearly 13 pence more per litre of unleaded is unacceptable.

Can Sainsburys afford to get on the wrong side of Street motorists?