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What's your gas price? 2.0

condor888000

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We were at 00.0 a couple days ago at all the Esso's, but since they've all got gas. We're hitting 95.2 as of half an hour ago here in Ottawa. Not as good as it was, but every time I see the price elsewhere I thank god its as cheap as it is.
 

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Ahhh, makes me glad that i drive a Honda Fit.  Bring it on you OPEC weenies, $1.00, $2.00, $3.00. I really don't care.

I traded my great big dinosuar of a gas sucking SUV last year. I can actually pass by gas stations now. Ahhh, freedom!!

That felt good

London Ontario .99.4
 

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I filled up a few days ago, so I have not had to go back......yet. I'll probably have to fill up on payday which is Thurs for me. Be interesting to see what the price is where I live in Ontario at that time. Although my car is awesome on fuel, for all the places I have to go most days, I'm thankful for that  ;D

Rebecca
 

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Well out here on the prairies, well in Regina, Sk specifically, it's only at about 90.9-ish give or take a couple of cents.  I find it quite amazing your gas prices are that high, usually we're getting short-stacked here on the prairies. 
 
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1.08 in Yellowknife, but then thats close to normal.  They have been bulking up I think to get ready for when the ice road is out.
 
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9.7 krone per litre... that's about 2 Canadian dollars.... and don't start me about the price of cars... we pay 215% car tax... the very cheapest 4x4 here (Denmark/Suzuki) cost me 50,000 dollars.
 

medic_man17

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That's intense.  I don't wanna say i feel sorry for you, but yeah, that kinda economy is a little high ( just a little).  Just one more reason I'm proud to be a Canadian.
 
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medic_man17 said:
That's intense.  I don't wanna say i feel sorry for you, but yeah, that kinda economy is a little high ( just a little).  Just one more reason I'm proud to be a Canadian.

Can't complain too much... we may give all our cash to the government (income tax starts at 45% and rises to 66% at 50K dollars p.a.)... but we don't have any poor or homeless people (yet no rich people either). I read yesterday that in the US there are 16 million poor people (gauged as a family of four living for less than 10,000 dollars a year total. And that shocked me.)
 

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Here in Germany we are paying about 1.20 EUR. a liter thats getting close to $2.00  but just
across the border in France it is usually about 10 cents cheaper.
Baldricks-Bullet,thats the beauty of socialism, but dont forget the government that give you everything can
just as easily take everything away.
                                        Regards
 

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Baldricks-Bullet said:
9.7 krone per litre... that's about 2 Canadian dollars.... and don't start me about the price of cars... we pay 215% car tax... the very cheapest 4x4 here (Denmark/Suzuki) cost me 50,000 dollars.

While your gas prices are higher, how often do you put 1000+ km on your car in a week? Also you dont know what our... un-transit system is like. It is actually both cheaper and faster for me to drive than to use public transit here in Vancouver.
 

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      Still 95.3 - 95.9 here in Pet.

For those of you living in Ontario here is good site to search for cheapest gas prices in your area.
http://www.ontariogasprices.com/
 

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Thanks Bigmac, I heard about the site this morning but since I hadn't had my Tims yet, it didn't register.
 

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Baldricks-Bullet said:
and don't start me about the price of cars... we pay 215% car tax... the very cheapest 4x4 here (Denmark/Suzuki) cost me 50,000 dollars.


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I thought my Mitsubishi payments are tough. Ikes!
 

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102.5 in Victoria, BC.  That's the price we pay for living in tree hugger paradise. 

What really gripes me is that it's 102.9 here in Halifax (as others have stated) but it's .10 cheaper in NB  :rage:
 

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Here in the central Cariboo, it's been bouncing anywhere between 88.9 and 99.9 for the last couple of weeks.
 

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Last price I saw, on the way home tonight from work here in Southern ON was 99.9

Rebecca
 
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