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    $4.00 usd.
    wow $9.00 dollers a gallon?!?!?!
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    This morning it jumped by 3 cents. Right now in the Toronto area we're at $1.36/litre for the most part, but depending on where you want to drive to you can get it for $1.27

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    average price for fuel (whatever diesel/petrol, standard/premium, difference is always few cents) in Poland is 1.9USD per litre, LPG is half that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NES_player4LIFE View Post
    $4.00 usd.
    wow $9.00 dollers a gallon?!?!?!
    Yeah, believe it or not it's actually relatively cheap here in the US. $4.15 USD/gallon last time I drove by the station.

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    Southern US here, just paid 3.679/gal for lowest grade gasoline/ethanol blend. Comparatively, the price in the US is low to the rest of the world. If only we had good public transportation and didn't think trains were evil? Then again, the country is huge and lots of sparsely populated areas. Since most of the population is within 200 miles of the country's border, maybe we could simply invest in good public transit across that area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toasty View Post
    Yeah, believe it or not it's actually relatively cheap here in the US. $4.15 USD/gallon last time I drove by the station.
    I wouldn't call that cheap in the slightest..

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    Gas is about $3.90 in St. louis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dekki64 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Toasty View Post
    Yeah, believe it or not it's actually relatively cheap here in the US. $4.15 USD/gallon last time I drove by the station.
    I wouldn't call that cheap in the slightest..
    Neither would I, but that's why I said relatively cheap. Check out Martin's post to see why. (European gas prices make gas prices in the states look like it's 1970.)



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