Filling your car up with gas is generally considered to be relatively cheap. But even though the global slump in oil prices has persisted over the last three months, the burden of filling up is yet felt differently around the world. Bloomberg examines gasoline prices around the world, by ranking 61 countries by three economic measures to see which has the most affordable gas – and who feels the most pain at the pump. In America’s case for example, they are guzzling more gas than any other country, so even despite today’s low prices, a thirst for the open road takes a proper bite out of the average working class America’s paycheck.
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