Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by T'Girl, Feb 21, 2012.
It's $3.79 a gallon here in the Chicago suburbs. I imagine it's over $4.00 in the city.
£1.35/l in Sainsburys just now. About $7.47/ US gallon.
Currently between $3.16 and $3.19 in St. Louis depending on which gas station you go to.
I just paid $3.22 in Chattanooga. Better than last 4th of July weekend.
Thanks to my 40-cent per gallon discount a couple of days ago... $3.30 per gallon. I remember when that was highway robbery and "OMG TEH ECONOMY!"
1.659 €/litre = 8.20 $/US gallon here in my fashionable neck of the wood.
$3.42 (US) per gallon today in central North Carolina.
For the past few months, regular (87-octane) gas has been hovering around $4.00/gallon in my not-quite-fashionable neck of the woods.
Fuel cells generate power for electric vehicles. Electric vehicle = no stick shift. Feh.
Just about $8/gallon here for diesel. Having said that, the car does 50-60mpg combined and I don't drive to commute.
No worries. As I understand it, European cars are more fuel efficient. With my new Ford Fiesta I can easily get 19 km/litre (45 miles/US gallon).
Also, usually I don't use my car for my commute, so it's not a big deal.
$1.30.9 / liter this morning in Kingston.
My Fiesta toots at your Fiesta.
I think part of that is down to European regulations on emissions as well as the ludicrous petrol/diesel prices with have to pay in Europe. These days how many miles/km it will do per litre/gallon can be a selling point.
$3.85 per gallon when I filled up today.
$3.29 at the station I filled up at in Surprise, AZ yesterday.
Hasta la Fiesta!
Dropped a few cents this morning. Down to 1.26.9 a litre.
I had to fill the truck today and it was $3.45 a gallon.
Big jump today - sitting at 1.36.9 / litre.
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