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    "The Horror" Gasoline Nightmare!!!

    Post up the average gas price in your area. Use the lowest grade and please give the area.
    My area is one of the highest in the U.S.A.

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    Average 87 octane. $4.45 a gallon
    OUCH! Bastards!
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    Average price on Maui was $4.86 this week. In Hana it's $5.98!

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    $3.93 for 87 octane
    Authorities speculate that speed may have been a factor. They are also holding gravity and inertia for questioning.

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    $4.19 for premium in Southeast Phoenix area. 91 Octane.

    Over $50.00 to fill up a Mini Cooper?! WTF!

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    Israel. 7.74 NIS a litre of 95 octane, which makes 7.81$ a gallon. Do I need to explain why I commute by bike?

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    3.90 here in sunny Ocala,FL
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    Here in venezuela 0.08 usd a gallon,

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosmontiel View Post
    Here in venezuela 0.08 usd a gallon,
    Looking down the road, that might not be as good as it seems. LINK

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    Around $3.80 in pittsburgh

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    Toronto its $1.33 per litre

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    I'm pretty sure it's still under 4 bucks for 87 here in central texas. Don't really pay attention since employer buys gas.

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    Near Stuttgart, south germany average 8.30$ per gallon.

    Plus tax on car & road. Plus fu.... expensive insurance. No wonder biking for 20miles in rain, snow and with -20C is better ;-)

    Have fun...

    and wait till next year.... I bet the prices doubles...

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    $9.17 a gallon in Denmark and as a non car producing country we also get to pay roughly triple for our cars, for example a Toyota Prius T2 (the cheapest one) would set me back $69.000 and a BMW 328i would be 106.000 us dollars for the stripped down, base version without aircon, leather and fancy stuff.

    But hey, the beer is cheap and the girls are pretty, especially after a bunch of cheap beers..

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    I live just north of NY/NJ border. NY = $4.09. I mile away in NJ $3.55. Both prices are too high. Pedal power!

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    $3.65 Here in the 'burbs of Minneapolis, MN
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    The petrol down here in South Australia is curently around $5.30USD/gal (equivalent).

    I moved here from the U.S. (DC area) about three years ago and the car has only been driven about 9,000 km / 5,600 miles per year. I commute to work on my bike and almost always ride to the trails.

    At one stage I had five cars and two bikes. Now I have five bikes and share a car with my wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by huffster View Post
    A pic to fit the thread
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    Oh man, that's so harsh for you guys, if only you knew what really high fuel prices were Down here we pay over $13 for a gallon local currency (which is about $6.50> US) but doing it that way doesn't work because our minimum wage is actually less than yours, just the currency is different - yours=$6/ours=$5 .

    Way to go Dude, that the way it should be
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    The petrol down here in South Australia is curently around $5.30USD/gal (equivalent).

    I moved here from the U.S. (DC area) about three years ago and the car has only been driven about 9,000 km / 5,600 miles per year. I commute to work on my bike and almost always ride to the trails.

    At one stage I had five cars and two bikes. Now I have five bikes and share a car with my wife.
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    1,85 euro's here in The Netherlands..

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    S.F. Bay Area
    $4.12 with Safeway club card discount
    87 octane

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    $3.77 for 87 in the Atlanta burbs. I would consider riding my bike if there weren't cars on the roads. Still on 2 wheels but this on pedals itself.
    Everyone is entitled to my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrub View Post
    S.F. Bay Area
    $4.12 with Safeway club card discount
    87 octane
    Here's a WTF mind blower for you to ponder.
    San Francisco (Northern Cal.) Is paying $4.12
    San Diego (So. Cal) is paying $4.45
    And San Diego is higher than Los Angeles
    The kicker is San Diego has the huge storage tanks that the truckers fill from. They haul the gas north.
    Yet San Diego pays higher prices. Hello!
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    Yes, that's fonetic
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE, View Post
    Here's a WTF mind blower for you to ponder.
    San Francisco (Northern Cal.) Is paying $4.12
    San Diego (So. Cal) is paying $4.45
    And San Diego is higher than Los Angeles
    The kicker is San Diego has the huge storage tanks that the truckers fill from. They haul the gas north.
    Yet San Diego pays higher prices. Hello!
    Could be local/county taxes. Here on Maui we pay more than any other county in Hawaii because of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE, View Post
    Here's a WTF mind blower for you to ponder.
    San Francisco (Northern Cal.) Is paying $4.12
    San Diego (So. Cal) is paying $4.45
    And San Diego is higher than Los Angeles
    The kicker is San Diego has the huge storage tanks that the truckers fill from. They haul the gas north.
    Yet San Diego pays higher prices. Hello!
    Well my dad recently retired from the Tesoro refinery here in the SF Bay Area and all that gas didn't stay local. And no family discount

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