How much is gas in your country?


posted on 20th of june, 2008

Here in the US we are getting slammed with the highest prices for gasoline that we have ever seen. Worse yet, these prices affect absolutely everything. Food, water, clothing you name it, if it needs to travel to get to where you are… the price is going up.

We won’t talk about turning food into fuel… Whose idea was that? It sure sounded good but if you were a farmer would you grow food for people or fuel? The answer lies in how much money you will make from the crop. Are we going from Oil Barons to Corn Barons?

PS: I like popcorn. I guess the price of that will be going up as well.

Gone are the leisurely drives up the beach and back. Gone are the days of a spontaneous road trip with the rag top down your hair blowing in the wind. Gone are the old days….

I know the rest of the world has already experienced high prices for fuel.

Here the price of gas in my area on June 20, 2008 hovers at $4.09 a gallon for regular.


What is the price in your country?

Comments (50)

Posted by Androniques on June 18, 2012
The gases are free anywhere ;_)
Posted by Peanutroaster on June 18, 2012
Economy improves, gas prices go up and people complain about gas prices. Economy dips, gas prices go down, people complain about the economy.
Posted by Ifeelstock on October 19, 2009
In Moldova, one of the poorest, or to be correct the poorest country in Europe, 1 liter of gasoline costs 1,07$ or 4.04$ per galon.
Posted by Wardphoto on June 03, 2009
It's about $2.40 a gallon here in southern Missouri. I love my 38mpg Saturn!!! It's a 1999 model too. hahahaha... Just an advantage of being a mechanic and "tweaking" some settings and other things.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on June 03, 2009
Ok.. it is slowly creeping up..up up! South Florida-- $2.59.
Posted by Steelneck on May 23, 2009
Gas and diesel Prices for most countries in europe:

http://www.aaroadwatch.ie/eupetrolprices

Posted by Melonstone on May 23, 2009
I noticed that as well - a big selling point is a car that can do 28 mpg. Strange world. :)
Posted by Cjloncki on May 23, 2009
Ironically, Americans think their gas is too expensive: fill up in the US is about $35 - here in the UK we pay about £50 (about $80) to fill the tank.


equally ironic is the fact that european cars get much better gas mileage than cars here in the US.
never got the logic behind that bit of engineering.

when i lived in germany 20 years ago, i had an old BMW that got better mileage than the chrysler i own today.
Posted by Melonstone on May 23, 2009
Just back from a visit to the US where gas is sooooo cheap driving is enjoyable. Ironically, Americans think their gas is too expensive: fill up in the US is about $35 - here in the UK we pay about £50 (about $80) to fill the tank.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on May 22, 2009
Gas in South Florida is beginning its climb... $2.39 a gallon.
Posted by Farang on May 10, 2009
In the Netherlands around 1.41 euro a liter.

1 gallon = 3,78541178 liter, so 3,78541178 x 1,41 euro = 5,34 a gallon in Euros = 7,16 US dollar a gallon!
Posted by Ncn18 on May 06, 2009
round about $1.70 for gas and $ 0,83 for LPG here in Germany at the moment...hope it hold on....
Posted by Jack schiffer on May 06, 2009
Smyrna Ga 1.99 a gallon
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Posted by Jmphoto on May 06, 2009
I am just south of San Francisco and we are averaging $2.39/gallon. Cheaper than this time last year and not bad compared to some other countries.
Posted by Raytags on May 05, 2009
South shore of Montreal : 89 cents canadian litre.

Ray
Posted by Wisconsinart on May 05, 2009
Around $2.25 May 2009 USA Midwest.
Posted by Micspix on April 27, 2009
In Massachusetts, USA I paid $2.03 per gallon today. Up a little bit recently but still quite a good drop from what we were paying last year!
Posted by Afagundes on April 27, 2009
In Brazil gasoline is about 1.1US$ a litre, in some states, like Sao Paulo, the one I live, we use etanol instead, its about half the price, but the car uses 30% more litres than gasoline, so its still worth it.
Posted by Fsali on April 27, 2009
Trinidad is a oil and gas producing country we supply to other countries and we have to pay $3.00 US a gallon.
Posted by Pipita on April 23, 2009
Hi, interesting question :)
In Portugal is around 0.98€ per litre, but it changes almost everyday...
Posted by Littlemacproductions on February 04, 2009
Gas is now down to $1.89.
Posted by Cienpies on February 03, 2009
Hello, here in Uruguay (South America) it costs about $4.34 per gallon. It´s a bit cheaper than two months ago but it´s still too expensive for our economy. To have a big picture evaluation you should consider that our promedial salary it´s about $400 a month.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on October 10, 2008
I have to also report gas has been spotted in Central Florida at 3.09 a gallon!
Posted by Windyone on July 19, 2008
4.50 in California
Posted by Windyone on July 19, 2008
4.50 in California
Funny, the price of bread is keeping up with the price of gas!
Posted by Littlemacproductions on July 15, 2008
It has been reported that the cost of POPCORN has been effected... Cost of POPCORN
Posted by Delmiaco on July 03, 2008
I found this cool site, it might be worth a try.
Get 61 Miles to the Gallon
Posted by Kasiden on July 02, 2008
Price here in Southwest Missouri, USA has increased to 3.85 in honor of the 4th of July weekend. Gas companies love holidays. 3.85 does not sound as high as the others, but SW Mo is a very poor area of the USA.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on June 30, 2008
Everything is relative when it comes to whether one considers a price as being high. I remember thinking (not all that long ago) that $2.65 was outrageous! Now it looks like an excellent price. Looking at $8.70 a gallon... well that makes me thankful I am only paying $4.15!!
Posted by Complexdesignpl on June 30, 2008
Hello. In Poland we pay 2.3 $ per litre, which is about 8.7 $ per gallon. So, are your prices high? ;-)

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