Gasoline on the pricey side

I paid $1.295 Canadian per liter of gasoline this morning at the Petro Canada station.  I spent more than $50 and did not get a full tank.

Since one gallon US equals 3.785 liters, the cost of gasoline computes to $4.90 per US gallon.

And then, there is the dollar exchange which I will ignore for the time being since it floats up and down every day.

I read somewhere recently that Turkey has the most expensive gasoline at $10 per gallon and Venezuela has the cheapest at 8 cents a gallon.  Interesting.

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3 Responses to Gasoline on the pricey side

  1. Evan Thomas says:

    Well…in Phoenix it is about $3.50 per gallon. Maybe you should get a cheaper car.

  2. Evan says:

    I read your blog today, FYI. I don’t always know what to respond to every post, but I did read it.

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