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Gas prices are based on the trading price of the oil commodity. They are commonly priced either by the gallon or by the liter and vary depending on where it is bought.
In 1915,a gallon of gas was between 10 - 25 cents per gallon. Do you know how much it was in 1815?
  In 1972 while living in Indiana I paid .35/gal for Regular. Note that this was leaded gasoline.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 1997 was $1.23
In May 2008, the US national average for a gallon of regular gasoline was $3.764 - the equivalent of about $3.82 per gallon in 2010.
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In the US in 2010, the average price of a gallon of regular  gasoline was $2.79
There are quite a few advantages and disadvantages of fuel price  hikes. One disadvantage is that less fuel is purchased bringing in  less money.
In 2009, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $2.35.
In 1976, the US national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline was 61 cents - equivalent to about $2.34 per gallon in 2010.
The national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in August 2008 was: $3.786
OPEC instituted an embargo in the early '70's causing not only the price to rise sharply but also caused a shortage in supply causing long gas lines and empty gas stations.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 1976 was $.61 cents.
In November 2008, the US national average for a gallon of regular gasoline dropped from $3.17 in October to $2.151 in November - the equivalent of about $2.18 per gallon in 2010.
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In 1975, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was 57 cents - equivalent to about $2.31 per gallon in 2010.
The US national average retail gasoline price that year was $0.20  cents per gallon.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 1997 was $1.23
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The US average in 1968 was  33 cents per gallon. That would be about  $2.23 per gallon in today's dollars (2014).
In 1960, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was 31 cents - equivalent to about $2.28 per gallon in 2010.
1965---Regular .289 Hi-test .309 1960 was 17.9 that when I graduated high school.
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If your car gets 25 mpg, and the cost of a gallon of gas is $2.69, your one-way trip would cost $144.67, and $289.34 for a round trip. The more mpg your car gets the lower your cost.
  Fuel price counting from 15 December 2008 is Rp. 5.000 per litre.
The average price was $2.60/gal.
No. Gas prices go up and down with how much the barrels of gas from the oil companies cost.
  Gas prices in 2048 will be apr. $ 32.00 dollars a gallon.   they will hopefully not be around, but studies show that they will be around $6.00 a gallon!   around 32.00 dollars!   that is interesting!?
The US national average retail gasoline price that year was $1.88  per gallon.
In September 2007, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $2.789 - equivalent to about $2.93 per gallon in 2010.
In 2008, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $3.27
The US national average retail gasoline price in 2009 was $2.35 per  gallon. This equates to about $2.61 per gallon in 2015 dollars.
In the US in 1960, the average price of a gallon of regular  gasoline was 31 cents.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 1999 was $1.17
The price of gasoline in June 2009 was $2.69/gal
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The average gas price in 2009 was $2.33/gal. It was from $2.33-$3.39 per gallon
  Around $.10 which is $1.20 in 2007 dollars
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The US national average retail gasoline price in 1990 was $1.00 per  gallon. This equates to about $1.83 per gallon in 2015 dollars.
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In 1999, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.17 - equivalent to about $1.53 per gallon in 2010.
The US average in 1970 was  35 cents per gallon. That would be about  $2.12 per gallon in today's dollars (2014).
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The US national average retail gasoline price in 1930 was $0.20  cents per gallon. This equates to about $2.86 per gallon in 2015  dollars.
Answer . If I remember correctly, around 30 cents a gallon in Indiana and surrounding states. .
That depends on where in Canada.Last night (March 10th, 2010) it was $1.02Cdn a liter in east end Montreal.
As of June 9, 2010, the US national average for a gallon of regular gasoline is $2.713 and $2.981 per gallon for diesel fuel.
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The US national average retail gasoline price in 1971 was $0.36  cents per gallon. This equates to about $2.12 per gallon in 2015  dollars.
In 1960, the US national average price of a gallon of regular leaded gasoline was 31 cents. Sounds cheap, but that is equal to about $2.28 per gallon in 2010 dollars.
In 1999, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.17 - equivalent to about $1.53 per gallon in 2010.
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  Depends on a couple of different things.   1. Engine Size 4.3L V6 - got about 15-16 in the city and 15-18 on highway 5.0L V8 - got about 13-14 in the city and 15-16 on highway 5.7L V8 - got about 12-14 in the city and 13-16 on the highway 6.5L V8 Diesel - Varies 7.4L V8 Big Block - Not...
To date, the highest US national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline occurred in July 2008, at $4.09 per gallon.
Don't buy any   ReallyAs we use less gas the price will fall, so if most vehicles become electric or hydrogen powered the price of Gasoline will fall.
In May 1993, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.129 - equivalent to about $1.70 per gallon in 2010.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 1996 was $1.23 (about $1.35 in today's dollars).
In 1985, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.20. That is equal to about $2.43 per gallon in 2010 dollars.
In 1996, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.23 - equivalent to about $1.71 per gallon in 2010.
In 30 years, gas prices will be well above $8.00.
According to a site "Good Old Days" the price of gas in 1905 was 23-cents a gallon and was ladled out of a barrell
In 2002, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.36 - equivalent to about $1.65 per gallon in 2010.
In 1970, the US national average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline was 36 cents - equivalent to about $2.02 per gallon in 2010.
In March 1993, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.098 - equivalent to about $1.66 per gallon in 2010.
In March 1997, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $1.235
  The rising gas prices will affect teenages just as the rising gas prices affect everyone.
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It depends on how many therms you use. Any energy or gas related  contract you sign can be legally rescinded by you 10 days after it  is signed. After 10 days you cannot rescind the agreement unless  you have a zero dollar cancellation fee. Rather than knowing the  current price, it wont do you...
according to my dad it was 5 gallons for a dollar From 1930 to 1939 the average cost of a gallon of Gasoline was $.10 (ten cents) per gallon or 10 gallons per dollar. This price was due in part to the Great Depression. Information found from the National newspaper's of the time, viewed at the...
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The US national average retail gasoline price that year was $1.13  per gallon.
In 1949, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was 27 cents - equivalent to about $2.47 per gallon in 2010.
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Low opis rack price is the lowest posted rack price; ie, if a wholesaler wants to buy 87 octane fuel at 3 cents per gallon under rack price and if the low opis price is given as the benchmark, vs the high or medium rack price, then the buyer would be buying that gasoline 3 cents under the lowest...
In 1977, the US national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline was 66 cents - the equivalent of about $2.37 per gallon in 2010.
The price of regular gas is around $2.44 in Florida as of  Dec. 2014.
The US national average retail gasoline price that year was $1.36  per gallon. This equates to about $1.80 per gallon in 2015  dollars.
Well this is a question that can have an extremely detailed answer but the short of it is that our economy has always been one was has gone through inflation and deflation and because of the current recession we are experiencing. Just as we the consumers are going through a recession so are the...
The average price of one gallon of gasoline in the US in the summer of 1970 was 36 cents.
The US average in 1959 was 30 cents per gallon.  That would be about $2.42 per gallon in today's  dollars (2014).
In 1968, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was 34 cents - equivalent to about $2.13 per gallon in 2010.
In 2008, the US national average price of a gallon of regular gasoline was $3.27.
According to Consumer Reports Cars Blog, the average price of regular gasoline was $2.49 and diesel fuel was $2.60.
The US average in 1930 was  20 cents per gallon. That would be about  $2.81 per gallon in today's dollars (2014).
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