Thursday, April 27, 2006

Upset about gas prices, are you?

In England the price for petrol is going up, too:
Petrol prices soared to a new record high, with the average price of a litre of unleaded reaching 96.13p.

If you need a bit of assistance with conversion of litres to gallons and English money to American money:

1 U.S. gallon = 3.79 litres
1 US$ = 0.55502 UK£ (source:
1 £ = 100 pence

Lets put that all together:

(96.13p/litre) x (1 £/100 p) x (1 US$/0.55502 UK£) x (3.79 litres/gal) =


Feel better now? Especially since that price in England is about 85% taxes?

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