too expensive for germans? :o
edit: we are at 1.40€/L
We are at like €1.90 a liter
€ 1,855 (euro95)
but I live in Austria where it's 1.4 something
between $0.8 and $1, depends on quality. We have lots of it though
over 2euros in portugal lmao . portugal is awesome
1.31 euro but for polish people its very expensive
about 1,9 euro in finland????
1.34 was yesterday. So today already can be 1.40
its like 0.80 euro but very expensive if you compare it to our income
8.55 TL its like 8.55 euro here :D
About 1.80 eur atm, first 2 euro prices already seen in Lapland
I'm already sweating about driving a 2000km+ trip at christmas time, mens
yea petrol fkn expensive asf
shits been like this forever now
Its fking ridiculous man I live in France near German border and I always went to Germany because petrol was cheaper since 2-3 weeks its cheaper in France, idk what is going on in Germany.
apparently where I am rn (scotland) its 1,3 pound or 1,5 euro lmao
Over 2 euro at most places, i live close to the german border so most of the time il just go there.
98 = 1,914
95 = 1,834
Diesel = 1,673
Wednesday is the most expensive day to buy gasoline. Atleast in Finland
0.5 euro but people still complain.I dont have a car so I dont care
I don't know because I'm not a loser like those who get fooled by petrol companies.
Try to become a bird and fly
A95 petrol today's average 1.374 euro and A98 goes for 1.487
here in au it's like 0.9 - 1 euro
1.1 €/L for gas 0.91€/L for diesel
from 1.5eur til 1.9eur, varies
0.79 USD per liter, which is actually kinda high, under trump is didn't get higher than about 0.66 USD/L
In Bulgaria about 1.20€ but here the minimum wage is about 300-350euro ..
1.50 eur 98 petrol
1.42 eur 95 petrol
1.31 eur diesel
0 i steal gas from other people cars 😎😎😎😎
Almost $3/gal where I live =.68euro/Liter
wtf yall doing over there lol
~1.75 EUR/l this morning near my home. On an another gas station, where I had my lunch, it was ~1,90.
0.5€ It was much cheaper few years ago
If you want cheap petrol just move to saudi arabia
Less than 0.5€/L
0.587 euro per liter in UAE (around 2 dirhams per liter).
I'm still amazed that lots of people don't realize that gas is highly taxed.
Deserve for using car instead of bike
1.8, the hidden economic prize of covid
98 hit 1.6€ per liter a couple of days ago
about 1,7-1,8€/L, depends on city
The Netherlands is currently ridiculous with prices. Up to €2.00 per liter currently.
On a good day it can be 1.8 €
About 1.20€/L in country with min wage of € 332 and min pension of € 190...
1.43 in spain valencia ):
Petrol 2,05 euro/liter
Diesel 1,70 euro/liter
free cause i just invade countries to get it
Dollars>Gallon is the correct units
It is obvious that all of this stuff is controlled. They want to make you poor if you use it so you have to find another source of transportation. They will save the climate by making you poor.
In my city the value of the liter is R$ 6.19 to fill the tank you spend almost 1/3 of a minimum wage.
0,94 euros/L but it's fucking expensive for the people. Think its like all time high. We are in crisis like always
It peaks around 2 Euro and lowest is about 1,4.
Weird that all you guys fill when it's at it's peak.
1.3€ but still too fucking expensive, idk where we all gonna end up if this is how it continues
But in BRL its 7 BRL so this is so fckin expensive
World is going to shit. Petrol and energy is getting more expensive, people pay more taxes in EU meanwhile EU gives 1 billion $to Taliban luuuul
E10 petrol 1,8+/€
Also foodprices been going up alot recently
while our salaries haven't moved anything
Swedish ppl kinda on tilt
looooooooooooooooool, 2eur. portugal.
it's GG here
I looking for hybryd with 50 km (only electric range) minimum
the problem - I only love SUVs (( It's to expensive
It is expensive but It's dying so they can up the prices, people will still buy it because they need it.
Expected with the global reset, Cars will become like Smartphones everything about them will be tracked.
1.30€/L Diesel In Poland, we earn like 4 times less than u :D
I think it´s quite cheap, because you can even buy more expensive water from the stores.
1.9-2 euro's per liter depending on where you get it.
0/L, no car, easy for me, you all stupid
1.9 €/L here
PPL whom have cars are criminals in finland. Leftist government rise always petrol tax because its a "climate action". Same ppl who are calling cars not climate friendly are using flights.. Its nonsense really...
imagine being depended on arab ex-camel riders and ruski-jewish oil oligarchs
free advice - use ethanol/methanol as a fuel, both green and cheap (?)
I googled it, about 1.62 CAD
idk how good or bad that is, I assume not very good
it's at 1.59 a L that may not sound too bad compared to other places but where i live it was fucking 1.40 at the start of the year that's right Petrol has gone up nearly 20 cent a Liter in under a year now idk about other countries but here what you do with Petrol is your not really counting Liters you get instead your looking at the price gauge typically you will get 20,30,40,50 euro worth of Petrol depending on your needs then whatever Liters you get with that you work with so if you buy 20 Euro of Petrol rn you will get a little over 12 Liters
thats expensive for german???? 1.72 here in Estonia
£1.50 per litre getting expensiver everyday I remember first lockdown less than pound for a liter could fill full tank cheap good days
Thx Erdoğan <3
0.80 euro / L benzin
Around 1.7 eur in here Monaco
1.4 to 1.5 euros in Serbia
driving RS3 with €2.10 for 1 litre rip
Just saw 98E at 1.948€/l. I guess it's time to put my motorcycle away for until the summer when the prices have hopefully dropped a bit...
1,75€ for 95
1,90€ for diesel
Brazil moment - around 1.09€/l in my city but in local currency thats ~7 bucks/l and still growing because of political tension
premium 98 petrol reached 2 euros/ L for the first time today
a riot is coming in portugal
In Portugal, in some station's petrol 98 is at 2.00 Euros
ure complaining when ur average incomes is far better than us while it is 1$ per l in my country
~1,35 € per liter for 95, quite expensive for czechia, jermans have it cheap if you consider their wages are 3x higher
1.90 for gasoline/ 1.55 for diesel pls stop crying
1.35€/L here but still pretty absurd, my friend just sent a snapchat flashback from a year ago when it used to be 0.9€/L
should be about 1.20 euro
around 1,7€ here
95, 98 is 1,8€?
~1,80 €/l at the moment. On a good day can find like 1,65. Last winter "cheap" was around 1,50 €/l, cheapest I've ever filled up my car with was 1,222 €/l in October 2016
~1.40 for good fuel
~1.20 for watery fuel
In sweden its getting ridiculous, diesel was 1.4/litre in january now its 1.9/litre, its a sick joke actually
7.76Turkis Lira/LT Erdogan facts
like €1.50 in smaller areas and towns
€1.60 on motoways
1.3 € and going up daily.
Natural gas and electricity prices over 50% increase compared to last year.
Winter is coming.
7,76 TL/L => 0,74€/L
Portugal gas best gas so expensive it must be blended in gold
Here it is 1.4$ around ....
Too expensive ..cuz out of 1.4$ 1$ is the tax ...
And acc to the cost of living it's for like 7-8$ in the US..
Why do yall care It helps the climate
1,96 Euro for one litre in Norway today. And you can almost see the drilling rigs in the North sea from land :-))
Between CAD$1.38 - 1.42/litre in Ottawa. Last year at this time was under 1 CAD dollar. Waaaay too expensive.
Mate, it's €1.73 here, at least in Stockholm
95 - 1.5 EUR
98 - 1.6 EUR
Diesel - 1.3 EUR
1.36 USD/ Litre and people crying like shit... Govt provided everyone free vaccines. Still leftist crying here
All part of the Build Back Better / The Great Reset / 666 agenda
95 1.29 €/L
98 1.35 €/L
1.35 Eur Disel
1.54 something like that 95
1.79€/l for 95, 1.88/l for 98 and 1.65/l for diesel :c
About 1.4$ krazy this year im getting my drivers licance
In Sweden it's up to like 1.7€/L for petrol and 1.9€/L for diesel. Our cucked government has raised the taxes for fuel like crazy the last couple of years to make people buy electric cars. (And now import electricity from other countries that was made burning oil, ironic I know, because we have a shortage because they shut down like a third of our nuclear plants while ago and all the new electric cars are increasing our consumption by a lot for obvious reasons.)
0.72 euro/L (converted from prices near me $/gallon) kekw and this is considered extremely expensive here, I cant believe you pay double
0.98€/L in average for the lowest quality
1€/L in average for the medium quality
1.04€/L in average for the highest quality one
Sweden TOP2 worldwide after Hong Kong at 18SEK for diesel, two days ago I heard if correct.
Sweden WINS again, WE cant stop WINNING, FeelsGoodMan
1,25 euro in romania, kinda expensive given the fact that last year was below 1 euro
70-90 pesos, from 0,61 to 0,78 euro
0.80€ and its too expensive for our currency
lmao 10L per euro here xd
It's really simple
Just buy a electric car
₹104 in delhi, india that is 1.19€
Can any1 explain why petrol prices are rising?
I've got a V8 so I need premium which is 1.9€ here
1,24-1,29€(5,60-5,90PLN)/L for 95
2€/l pls just kill me it's cheaper
0.57 Euro / l
in fact, very high price for Russia
lmao like 2.90 for a gallon (3.8 liters)
I pay 3.31$ a gallon (premium 93)
Just invade a country and steal its oil like the Americans do to keep the price low.
It may seem cheap to you but for turkey standards it is expensive
2€/L diesel in sweden it is so expensive for 15 - 17 y/o who can't get a normal job
1.67€ and people are going wild about it
Bruh E95 1.79 E98 over 1.8
itt: zoomer discovers inflation
How is that expensive for Germans? Its almost same here in Czechia and we are kinda different.
Petrol is at 1.23 €/L and Diesel is at 98.43 €/L
5 dollars here in California
imagine still using petrol cars omegakek
i pay 50euro for 1.gram of my gasoline ,
so dont cry
don't know how but here in argentina 0,93 u$s/L
Gothenburg, Sweden at 2£ now... Insane
USA $3-$3.5/Gallon (3.7854 litres) and people are mad about that here lolol
In my town i pay 1.85 p/litre
i am glad to use public transport. only using cars if its really necessary. for my job i dont care about prices, since i can deduct this shit on my taxes. i dont think, that prices are high enough right now,
Broooooooooo, 1,62 is way too cheap. 2,00 Euros here in the Netherlands. its insane
less than $1 in here
with a fucking minimal wage of 650 euros.
Buy lithium-powered microwave and don’t car about petrolium
1,60€+/L here and the Germans complain about it =)
1.31€/l, way too expensive for my poorlack wallet
5,89PLN atm., which is 1,29 Euro
people need to buy electric cars anyway its way better
3.65 USD / gallon. some fucking dick head governor for my state wants to get rid of gas tax ($.58 per gallon and 3rd highest in the country) and instead charge $0.08 per mile driven and $1 for each package delivered to you.
4.5 USD per gallon, so roughly 1 euro per litre.
1.05 € (R18.11)
your petrol is insanely expensive! I'm struggling to pay for mine :(
hope everyone has a great weekend! xx <3
95 - 1.052€ (but exactly a year ago 95 cost 0.75€) MOLDOVA....
It's around 1.25-1.35€/l it's so fucking expensive it used to be around 1.10-1.2 in here. Not that I drive a lot personally but it will be problem for people who have to drive themselves and don't earn that much.
make electric cars cheaper ))
avg salary 1000
for ppl promoting e-cars and saying it's better for ecology:
it's NOT better for ecology, i think it's even worse for ecology. read how batteries are 're-used' (i bet you will fail finding working methods of reusing them) and how they get all needed things to make batteries.
it's only better for e-cars manufacturers and those who invested into batteries (btw, same fckers who rule oil industry). there is NOTHING about ecology, they dont fcking care about it, only thing they care is money.
Rockefeller made his "gesheft" on gasoline fuel with alcohol prohibition in USA (totally denied ethanol, though it was (and IS) much better than gasoline). before that there was a huge propaganda that made people to not use alcohol.
and now what we see is huge propaganda of electric cars. yes, there is no "gasoline prohibition", but there is totally shtty situation with gasoline prices + very strong restrictions for combustion engine manufacturers