I think I’ll have to start taking the bus again on occasion to save gas. I doubt I’d do that though, I budget out so much per pay to fill my car up with gas, but now it’s getting a bit riduclous toÂ fill my tank for $52.
I’ve noticed a lot of American’s are complaining about the gas hike as well. Why do us Canadians get screwed over more often? I mean we love shopping in the states for clothes (cheaper), milk (also cheaper) and gas (a steal!).
I finally found a converter that tells you what we pay for gas in litres and gallons. $1.22/litre here = $52 to fill up my tank. That equals out to $4.62/gallon using this conversion site thing.
The $1.22/litre is cheap compared to my home province of Newfoundland where they’re probably twenty cents more!!
I think people are paying roughly $3.30/gallon in the states which is basically like $0.83/litre which is incredible. I need to live closer to the boarder. It’s about an hour and twenty away. Ha!
How much do you pay for gas per liter or per gallon?