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11/2/2011 12:24 AM

I was wondering what the petrol prices are where you guys are from here in melbourne australia cheap = $1.38 and expensive =$1.50 a litre.

1 dollar here is 1.05 us
and 1 litre is 0.264 gallons. that's what you's go by right?
let me know the price please, i'd love to know how much we get ripped off. lol

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11/2/2011 2:48 AM

A gallon of gas where i live its like $3:34 :/

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11/2/2011 3:01 AM

£1.37 where I live

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11/2/2011 3:15 AM

my mom was stoked as fuck the other day because she used this discount shit and got gas for under $3. it was 2.98 but still under 3 lol.

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11/2/2011 3:26 AM

£1:40 a litre. So like $2:10 usa a litre. So sooo expensive. Thats why europeans learned to make 400hp with 1.3 litre enginws. We cant just add more capacity

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11/2/2011 3:56 AM

i read somewhere that they discovered a new rock, or atleast found where it was, called shale rock, and its like a pure natural gas, so they said its going to reduce prices and fix the economy for a while, so im sure petrol prices might heavily decrease if they find a way to use it in cars.

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11/2/2011 7:53 AM

It's like 3.09 a gallon where I live.

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11/2/2011 7:59 AM

£1.38-£1.44 for a LITRE.


There is four and a half litres in a gallon. £1= $1.60. You pay nothing!

11/2/2011 10:09 AM

Booshy wrote: £1.38-£1.44 for a LITRE.


There is four and a half litres in a gallon. £1= $1.60. You pay nothing!

Thats what happens when you live on an island.

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11/2/2011 12:21 PM
Edited Date/Time: 11/2/2011 1:44 PM

Booshy wrote: £1.38-£1.44 for a LITRE.


There is four and a half litres in a gallon. £1= $1.60. You pay nothing!

tankbob wrote: Thats what happens when you live on an island.

Funny guy.

And I'm not saying its unfair or anything, I know its more expensive for some good reasons.

11/2/2011 1:35 PM

like 3.89 - 4 here

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11/2/2011 2:58 PM

Booshy wrote: £1.38-£1.44 for a LITRE.


There is four and a half litres in a gallon. £1= $1.60. You pay nothing!

tankbob wrote: Thats what happens when you live on an island.

Booshy wrote: Funny guy.

And I'm not saying its unfair or anything, I know its more expensive for some good reasons.

Yea I hear that, when we used to go to Hawaii shit was so expensive because they have to import it all, we would normally just take a huge wal-mart trip on the way to the condo from the airport.

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11/2/2011 3:30 PM

bmx-crawfo wrote: i read somewhere that they discovered a new rock, or atleast found where it was, called shale rock, and its like a pure natural gas, so they said its going to reduce prices and fix the economy for a while, so im sure petrol prices might heavily decrease if they find a way to use it in cars.

companies are already using shale rock for gas and have been using it for a long time, however using it can "create more green house gasses" and therefore gas companies are hesitant to try it. But its definately not a new rock lol, my dads company uses it. He works for a natural gas company.

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11/2/2011 5:55 PM

bmx-crawfo wrote: i read somewhere that they discovered a new rock, or atleast found where it was, called shale rock, and its like a pure natural gas, so they said its going to reduce prices and fix the economy for a while, so im sure petrol prices might heavily decrease if they find a way to use it in cars.

shale has been around.. if only we could find a cheap way to refine it.

11/3/2011 8:37 AM

$2.67 for a gallon. awwww yeahhhhh!

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11/3/2011 8:39 AM

and the answer is propane. we have more of it than we know what to do with. its cleaner, cheaper, and easier to get. and its very simple to turn a regular gasoline engine into a propane engine.

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11/3/2011 3:02 PM

thebmxerSS wrote: and the answer is propane. we have more of it than we know what to do with. its cleaner, cheaper, and easier to get. and its very simple to turn a regular gasoline engine into a propane engine.

It also explodes like a motherfucker. Don't get in a car crash.

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11/3/2011 6:14 PM

thebmxerSS wrote: and the answer is propane. we have more of it than we know what to do with. its cleaner, cheaper, and easier to get. and its very simple to turn a regular gasoline engine into a propane engine.

Austin_Read wrote: It also explodes like a motherfucker. Don't get in a car crash.

yeah, it does explode, but, car manufactures could make it safer

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11/3/2011 11:45 PM

3.89 for regular...my dad gets pissed off everytime he fills up

11/4/2011 3:08 AM

GR@NT wrote: companies are already using shale rock for gas and have been using it for a long time, however using it can "create more green house gasses" and therefore gas companies are hesitant to try it. But its definately not a new rock lol, my dads company uses it. He works for a natural gas company.

Lol well British magazines have got it wrong, it says they have just found it, thanks for the correct info

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11/4/2011 5:20 AM

bmx-crawfo wrote: Lol well British magazines have got it wrong, it says they have just found it, thanks for the correct info

Yeah bro, Shale is a pretty common rock... Go to a dried up lake/creek bed, its usually there.

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11/4/2011 9:24 AM

3.65$ a gallon , michigan

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11/4/2011 11:17 AM

1 gallon = 3.785 Liters

in the states Ill use Michigan, They pay 3.65 a gallon. Your Paying your paying 5.87 per gallon

Here in Texas we are paying 3. 15 give or take..

Hope i helped

11/4/2011 1:54 PM

Mackcey wrote: 1 gallon = 3.785 Liters

in the states Ill use Michigan, They pay 3.65 a gallon. Your Paying your paying 5.87 per gallon

Here in Texas we are paying 3. 15 give or take..

Hope i helped

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11/4/2011 7:35 PM

Brinson he did help dont be a wank

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11/8/2011 11:32 AM

£1.35 on average round in la countryside sometimes cheaper !!

11/11/2011 7:36 PM

Mackcey wrote: 1 gallon = 3.785 Liters

in the states Ill use Michigan, They pay 3.65 a gallon. Your Paying your paying 5.87 per gallon

Here in Texas we are paying 3. 15 give or take..

Hope i helped

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11/11/2011 9:41 PM

Mattix wrote: Yeah bro, Shale is a pretty common rock... Go to a dried up lake/creek bed, its usually there.

Or pennsylvania...

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11/12/2011 8:39 AM

it got up to 4.60 a gallon over here...

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11/13/2011 5:35 PM

bmx-crawfo wrote: i read somewhere that they discovered a new rock, or atleast found where it was, called shale rock, and its like a pure natural gas, so they said its going to reduce prices and fix the economy for a while, so im sure petrol prices might heavily decrease if they find a way to use it in cars.

your an idiot... thats been around for decades... they heat houses and run appliances off of it everywhere... theres already cars that run on it(even a honda civic) and theyre trying to get it to catch on because of less emissions and its plentiful, the problem is the fracking(way they get it out) prettymuch rapes everyone around it

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