At 7/15/12 02:12 AM, TB1ZZL3 wrote:
I pay about $3.15 per gallon here in Jersey, or roughly $60 for a fillup.
I pay Â£1.27p (GBP) per litre of fuel.
So let's convert this to 'american' and see where we compare. These are just rough numbers and I haven't filled up in a week so the price may have changed.
1 US gallon is typically 3.8 litres.
Â£1.27p in USD is $1.90c
1 US gallon of fuel costs in GBP is Â£4.82p.
Â£4.82p in USD is $7.50c.
So there you have it. I'm paying over double the amount you are and I'm in a country where you get snot boxes that have smaller engines than most american motorbikes.
This is a message to everyone who drives in the United States....STOP FUCKING MOANING ABOUT FUEL PRICES!