Friday, May 23, 2008

Gasoline, a bargain still

Image courtesy of Slate.com.

In a Slate.com article, "Gasoline is cheap", business correspondent Robert Bryce points out that the current price of gasoline in the US is only slightly higher than it was in 1922. British motorists pay $8.38 per gallon, while drivers in Turkey pay three times as much as their US counterparts. For those of us who cannot get over the shock of the $4 gallon of gas, a related article describes the Five Stages of Grief and gasoline prices in America

1 comment:

Michael said...

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Thanks!