Dozens of Cars Queue Outside London Fuel Station Amid Panic Buy Warning

Dozens of vehicles were seen waiting in line at a fuel station in London on September 25, amid warnings from the UK government to not panic buy fuel.

According to the BBC, a driver shortage has disrupted fuel deliveries with some petrol stations closing.

BP is among the impacted companies, with the group saying it closed around 20 of its 1,200 petrol forecourts.

The EG Group is introducing a limit of £30 per customer due to “unprecedented customer demand”, Reuters reported.

Carla Francome recorded this footage showing long lines forming outside a petrol station in the Bounds Green area of London on Saturday morning. Credit: Carla Francome via Storyful

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