The dawn to dusk statewide motor vehicle strike was called to protest against the fuel price hike.
Taxes and duties account for roughly 60% of the retail price of petrol and diesel in the country, the world's third biggest consumer of crude oil.
From Monday, March 1, a cylinder of LPG used at homes will cost Rs 25 more.
The highest diesel price was reported from Malkangiri in Odisha – Rs 91.62 per litre.
The price has been raised reportedly in tandem with the rising crude oil prices and the import cost.
With the oil marketing companies increasing the price frequently, petrol and diesel prices have been scaling new heights almost daily.
Anticipating the possibility of getting complaints pertaining to petrol with water content, the organisations of petrol pump owners have started awareness programmes.
Petrol price was increased by 5 paise per litre and diesel 13 paise a litre across the country.
The oil marketing companies hiked the prices of fuel for the 17th consecutive day on Tuesday, making petrol costlier by 20 paise per litre and diesel by 55 paise per litre.
In 10 hikes, petrol price has gone up by Rs 5.47 per litre and diesel by Rs 5.8 a litre.