Turkish gasoline prices increased by an average of 0.06-0.08 liras per liter at midnight on Friday.
In the Turkish capital Ankara and in Izmir, 95-octane unleaded gasoline will be sold at 4.20 liras per liter, while prices will increase to 4.16-4.17 liras in Istanbul.
The rise in gasoline prices comes right after the historic gain of the U.S. dollar as it jumped to a record high against the Turkish lira on Thursday.
The U.S. dollar, of which the oil prices are indexed to, reached 2.4178 liras on Thursday afternoon, surpassing the historic high of 2.4150 which it hit on Jan. 28.
The price of gasoline was 5.14 per liter on average in June, and fell around 20 percent since then due to the steep decline in crude oil prices.
Oil prices have fallen almost 60 percent in the last seven months, their fastest dive since 2008, due to oversupply and low oil demand in the world's markets.