Saturday, April 16, 2011

How Gas Prices Compare Globally

Article can be found Here

So after watching this video you kinda realize how lucky the United States is on gas prices.  The gas prices that we have are the lowest among the leading nations in the world.  Next time you go to the pump consider yourself lucky that it's only $3.88 instead of over $8 like it is in London.  Or hell go to Turkey and pay over $10 a gallon for your gas.  On the other hand, take a trip down to Chavez's Venezuela and pay only 12 cents a gallon.  Imagine filling up on those prices!

18 comments:

  1. Over here the gas price is 1,65€ per L of gasoline, you guys have it easy!

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  2. I would love to have the gas prices the US has!

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  3. Well European countries have a more developed and used transit system in place. America exists as a car culture with cities designed around cars and a large country.

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  4. Yeah I saw something like this before and a country had gas for 6 cents per gallon....WTF

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  5. I hit 70$ for a fillup... /cry

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  6. who's up for a trip to Venezuela with 10 or 15 tanker trucks?

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  7. My history teacher was talking about this yesterday, man I feel sorry for everyone else.

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  8. I've heard about this, but $4 per gallon is still too much!! :P

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  9. Venezuela pays 12c, Colombia pays 3.5 dollars. Fucking economy how does it work.

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  10. Didn't know it was so high in other places

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  11. Well, they have public transportation, if i can't fill my car here, I can't get anywhere

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  12. In the US we heavily subsidize gas prices. We need to stop that BS. The oil companies here are the most profitible corporations in the history of humanity. They can afford to take a fucking hit and drill without tax payer money

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