RACV’s mobility app, arevo, has added a ‘fuel finder’ feature to help users save money by providing regularly updated, specific fuel pricing from retailers across Victoria. Previously, prices were provided in price ranges, not specific prices.
Fuel finder includes an interactive map allowing users to browse and compare prices at petrol stations.
RACV General Manager Mobility, Elizabeth Kim, said fuel finder would make it easier for Victorians to save money.
“Arevo’s new fuel finder. including an interactive map, allows motorists to make informed decisions before heading out to fill up their tank,” Kim said.
“The updates are particularly timely given the high costs of fuel at the moment. Recent data from the Australian Automobile Association revealed that in the second quarter of 2022, Melburnians were paying an average of $97.29 in fuel every week. This represents a $24.68 increase from the same period in 2021.
“There are often substantial price variances for fuel even in the same suburb or town. By using the fuel finder in the arevo app, you will be able to shop around for the best deal for fuel anywhere and at any time.”
Fuel finder allows users to personalise their search options by filtering their preferred types of fuel and retailers of choice, and to sort by lowest prices and shortest travel distances. It covers fuel prices in the Melbourne metropolitan area and regional Victoria.
“Once you set up your custom searches for your local area, the arevo app will save all of your settings and deliver regularly updated data,” said Kim.
“Knowing when and where to fill up will ultimately mean more money in your pocket at a time when many people are feeling cost of living pressures.”
Kim said the arevo app is free to use, including the fuel finder feature. The app’s other features including journey planning covers various transport modes, not just cars, and has been designed and developed by Victorians to help users “get around more sustainably, conveniently, and affordably”.
“RACV is committed to providing Victorians with a choice with how they get around, whether that is by car, on a bike, walking, public transport or on an e-scooter. RACV’s arevo journey planning app can help Victorians plan their journey on any mode of transport and even includes cycling routes,” said Kim.