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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Muzique Fann, Sep 14, 2005.
Soon it'll be as much as milk over here - ouch.
Yikes, I paid $2.80 the other day and I was contemplating selling a kidney.
it stuck around $3.29 for a few.... we just dipped down to $2.89 on the ride home
we're down to about 3.09
2.93 over here for regular.
Maybe those earthy types riding their bikes around town have a good idea after all.
you guys have it bad? Up here where at $1.16.
Ive had to put a instrument buying freeze so I can put gas in my chevy when I finally get it.
Still in the $3.20 range here.
I may have to ride my Horse to work soon.
Yea, if more of you turn into bike riding types it'll make gas cheaper for me!
Bad math. At least for comparison purposes to prices posted in USD. If you use a more accurate number for your conversion factor from litres to gallons and then convert that from CAD to USD it's more like $3.70 USD. Still steep, but not quite $4.64.
Now if you really want to talk about expensive gas, go over to the UK where people are buying extra gas in preparation for upcoming fuel protests.
Not to mention a gallon is more like 3.7854118L.
It's $3.49 around where I'm at. I was reading another post and it mentioned that gas in Iceland was around $9 a gallon.
I used 1 gallon = 3.78 litres and 1 USD = 1.18 CAD.
Holy crap! I thought it was bad around here because of the hurricane, but it's settled back down to $2.63 for regular.
I seem to remember hearing that Hawaii had had put a cap on gas prices. Was that not true, has the cap expired, or was it just set at $4 or something?
I figured when I read that they put the cap on that we'd start hearing stories of stations refusing to sell. I mean if it costs you $3.78 a gallon, and for guesses say that $.04 a gallon is typical profit, so you need to sell at $3.82 to stay in business. If they cap the price at $3.75, you're better off not selling gas.
$2.77 in Hastings NE, but still over $3 by Interstate 80
I believe in Hawaii they put in weekly caps so prices don't make dramatic fluxuations. The cap moves up each week. I may be completely wrong about this one, so feel free to correct me.
It's $2.999 at the gas station up the street from my house. I'm hoping it'll be a little cheaper before I have to gas up for the NYC GTG.
It's about $2.85 around town in central PA, a little higher in more "remote" areas. I'm not sure if it will be going up, down, or staying the same in the near future.
Well guys ... welcome to the club ... we've been paying considerably more than that for years. You are all just too spoiled
In fact most of the world pays closer to the full (read: unsubsidized) cost of petrol that the US.
If the US were to properly price its petrol to include the cost of road and infrastructure building (which of course wouldn't be needed if there weren't cars) it would now be around $10 a gallon .
$3.85 is a bargain