Drivers were queuing in the early hours of this morning at the petrol station in Beaconsfield Services on junction 2 of the M40.

The majority of the forecourt was shut with only a few pumps still open at 1am.

There were also queues at two petrol stations along the A40 between Beaconsfield Old Town and Holtspur, with signs on many of the petrol pumps. 

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These were the queues at Beaconsfield Services at 1am:

The South Central Ambulance Service, which serves both Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, have urged drivers to “follow government advice” and not panic buy fuel after its emergency vehicles got stuck in queues yesterday.

Thames Valley Police were also required at an Esso petrol station in Burnham after queuing vehicles caused severe congestion.

Officers called for drivers to “remain patient” on social media yesterday after queuing motorists caused “huge delays” at the filling station.

Yesterday, the Shell Garage on London Road in High Wycombe warned customers that they 'may be forced to shut' as drivers rushed to fill their tanks.

The government are continuing to urge drivers not to panic-buy fuel but drivers are continuing to queue outside petrol stations this morning.

Transport secretary Grant Shapps has said he would 'move heaven and earth' to get the situation sorted.