Fuel prices have gotten so high that even AA is advising drivers to drive instead.
The motoring organization suggests cutting short trips and “walking or cycling to save money.”
The average petrol price hit a new high of 183.2pa liter yesterday – after a total hike of 7.3pa liter in seven days.
Some forecourts in London are charging around £2.50.
The AA said that one in five members is already using their cars less.
President Edmund King said: “This is the worst week ever of pump pain for drivers.
“These crippling fuel costs are hitting home so drivers need to take all steps to stay mobile.”
Meanwhile top Tories pressured Chancellor Rishi Sunak to cut fuel tariffs again – only three months later he cut it to 5p.
Schools Minister Robin Walker said the first cut was a “strong case” after already being “over and over”.
He added: “The Chancellor will have to continue to look at all the means at his disposal to try to reduce these costs.”
Former cabinet minister John Redwood tweeted: “Great support for an immediate cut in VAT on petrol and diesel.
“The VC needs to limit the amount looted from us at the pumps.
“How much inflation does he want? How much pressure on income?”
Ministers have threatened to name and shame retailers who fail to pass March’s cuts.
Markets may initiate regulatory probe.
And Transportation Secretary Grant Shapps is pushing for a Pumpwatch regulator to prevent reprimanding hard-pressed motorists.
Last night Number 10 said: “We will continue to do whatever we can to support homes through a very difficult time for so many.
“Vice Chancellor and Treasury will review taxes.”