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    Question What are the prices of fuel/gas where you live?

    Completely random question, just to see what the prices of fuel is in different places.
    please display your prices in either litres, gallons or both if you have the time.
    Currently in western australia the average price per/litre of unleaded fuel is roughly $1.63per/ltr

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    Always hate conversion. Well a U.S. gallon is around 3.5ish litres slightly more but screw getting technical right now. Price per gallon right now where we live is from $3.5 to $4ish. So say 3.5/3.5 would obviously be $1 per litre if I'm doing that right. Slightly more for the higher range of prices and I didn't factor in the actual conversion so slightly off.

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    Around $1.8/l here in Prague, Czech Republic. But it's changing all the time.

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    ~$1.45 per litre in Victoria, Australia.

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    $1.13 litre in Alberta Canada. We usually have some of the cheapest gas in Canada, though that has more to do with taxes than being a production region.

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    ~$3.40 per Gallon in my region of South Carolina

    1 gal = 3.785 liters

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    Average price here in Ireland is about €1.60 per litre so that's around $2 p/l.




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    1.60-1.80€ per litre ( at times, varies a lot, mostly around 1.70€) here in Germany

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    1.889 € per litre according to my last receipt, though you can get it a little cheaper in some places. That's Noord-Holland, the Netherlands.

    So that would be about 2.467 $ a litre, or 9.342 $ a gallon. Unleaded, VAT included. -_-


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    Just paid $3.52/gallon in Winston-Salem area North Carolina.
    $0.92/liter (... I think)

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    Just over R12 per litre in South Africa at the moment. Which is about US$1.40 per litre, though I'm not sure such simple conversions of currencies really mean much or give one much of an idea of real prices.

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    In Singapore, it's around SGD2.13 per liter, which translates to USD1.75 per liter, or about USD8.06 per gallon if I've done my conversions correctly.

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    Brisbane is about $1.55 to $1.6/L for unleaded but that can change depending on which suburb you're in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig D View Post
    $1.13 litre in Alberta Canada. We usually have some of the cheapest gas in Canada, though that has more to do with taxes than being a production region.
    Wow intense. We have 1.45 here in Montreal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lane. View Post
    ~$3.40 per Gallon in my region of South Carolina

    1 gal = 3.785 liters
    which effectively means its high everywhere.

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