i keep seeing signs that say things like "114,9". now, i don't believe that the charge is $114,90/litre; the economy couldn't function if that were true.
But I have no idea what the signs do mean.
Can anyone help?
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But yes, that does work out to $1.149/litre. I have no idea why gas is listed in cents, my guess is because they used to think it would save putting the "$0." in front of all the prices...
Those were the days....
It's nice to know someone's getting it worse than I am. It's only 125.9 a litre here.
And only one of the 5 gas stations in town has made the switch to LED.
This is irrelevant to me, because I go to a bloke in a little workshop who has a pump clearly marked 'not for trade' who fills my car with fuel until he sees it come up the filler neck. He does have a certificate on the wall for each batch of fuel to show it's EN standards compliant though.
Basically you just have to use common sense. Gas is going to cost the same pretty much everywhere within a few cents, so it should be pretty easy to deduce.____________________________________
I'm sorry, but your facts disagree with my opinion.
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