What was the price of petrol in the UK in 1965?
4 shillings and 11 pence
The average price of a gallon of petrol in the UK is now £4.80.
9,731 petrol stations The price of Reg. gas in NY was 25 cents a gal. I was there!
The average petrol price in 1950 in UK was about $36 per gallon. However, the prices have kept fluctuating over the years but there has been a significant price of the same.
Average price was about £1.75 per gallon.
Yes, petrol prices will move slightly to reflect the oil price, although in the UK the the oil cost is a very small part of the price per litre, tax and fuel duty makes up the majority of the cost. Also as petrol if produced through fractal distillation (separation of crude oil) the price of petrol is most likely to increase slightly through the price of oil.
The price of a pint of milk in the UK during 1965 was 9d. The "d" stands for old pence, which was used during this period.
Petrol is £1.30=$2.11 per litre and diesel is £1.38=$2.24
It varies depending on how far the petrol station is from the refinery and from other competing petrol stations, but the cheapest is around £1.16 a litre (£5.28 per UK gallon - around $10.50).
That depends on which country you are buying the petrol, in the UK the price per litre is currently Â£1.03 (27th Aug 09)
About £1.35 for a litre of petrol, over £1.40 per litre of diesel.
£1.23 per litre at the local supermarket at the moment anyway 29/may/2011
I passed my driving test in 1993, and in the UK I distinctly remember the price of unleaded petrol around 44 - 46p! Its trippled since!!
The price of fuel went up in the UK due to a 2p tax per litre.
You can find the prices here http://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/fuel/
The average price of Gas is currently £2.30 per kWh (excluding VAT). The average price of Unleaded Petrol is currently £1.09 per litre.
in 1961 it was 4 shillings and six pence a UK gallon and the duty free price in Germany was 1 Mark for 10 litres about 2.2 gallons and one mark was Valued at about 1 shilling and 10 pennies
Gasoline is a necessary commodity, and the people who refine oil into gasoline and sell it set the price however high they want to. Because demand for fuel is so high, they can set a high price for both petrol and diesel because they know that people will pay for the necessary gasoline for their vehicles.
Are petrol stations allowed to change the petrol price to the old price if old petrol is in the petrol tank?
I don't know who asked that question, but he must be f***ed in the brain
enough petrol to get you to a petrol garage anywhere in the UK
The changing of petrol price affects the rate of inflation. When petrol price increases, it follows that the cost of production and transportation of most goods also increase.
The government controls the petrol price, in that it sets a standard price that all petrol providers must charge. The price is still affected by international oil prices, rising and falling as these prices rise and fall.
The price of petrol or gas in 1960 was about 25 shillings or about 0.31 cents per gallon. Petrol is the word used to describe gasoline in Europe.
in the 1958 britain's petrol had didn't price than now, because many the people of Britain didnt now about petrol and their use...........
obviously yes...because petrol like gold is priced at market price and not at the price which existed earlier.
The petrol price in pretoria differs from that it Durban because petrol station owners have to pay a different price than from pretoria because the two have to pay different amounts of money from exportation
interest rates 11.25% inflation was 24.02% petrol per gallon was 0.72 p average price of house was 11, 787 £
The yearly inflation rate in the UK in 1967 was 2.7 percent. The minimum wage throughout the country was around 1.40 per hour. The average price of a house was 3,840 and petrol was 5 shillings.
an increase in the price of petrol will make the price of the car also increase.It will reduce the demand of the car and the demand and supply curve will shift to the left .The car and the petrol is compliment goods whereby it related to each other alike car cannot move without petrol and cannot play badmintion without a shuttle.
Petrol and diesel prices in the UK certainly have declined in recent weeks. Unleaded was £1.25 per litre, now it's 90 pence per litre. Much of the price is tax, so the decline is not exactly in line wirth crude oil prices.
One UK gallon of petrol = 4.55 L
It's around $1.38 (Kwacha 200) per litre of petrol
There are no types of gas present in petrol because it is basically a liquid that is used in cars and vehicles. Petrol is the UK term for gasoline.
uganda's price is going down
In 1965 the price was 5 cents.
In the UK regular unleaded petrol is the correct fuel for a n X Type Jag (with a petrol engine)
In the UK It is around Â£1.12 per litre. (as @ Feb 10)
In 1984 the price per litre of fuel was 50¢.
That is totally dependent on the price for the petrol and and the miles per gallon rating on the vehicle.
Petrol is the term used for gasoline in some countries, like UK, Australia, New Zealand
Supply, demand & competition.
The price of petrol would fall.
It was .02 cents a gallon.
The price depends on the petrol supplier, how much they charge for the company who owns the petrol station. It also depends on how much of a profit the companies want to make. Say if sainsburys had a petrol station somewhere, prices 110p per litre, they could be making 10p profit off the petrol suppliers price which could be 100p per litre.
1 UK gallon equates to 4.54609 litres.
The average price of a barrel of crude oil in 1965 was $2.86
The AA website has a PDF list of average petrol prices per year from 1886 to the present, all prices in New Pence equivalent. From this list, the average price of 4* in 1965 is given as 62p a gallon, which translates as about 12/4d (twelve shillings and four pence).
petrol averages £1.35 per litre (2.21 USD = 1 gallon at 10.04) diesel averages £1.40 per litre (2.29 USD = 1 gallon at 10.41 USD)
1 liter price of petrol in Pakistan nowadays is 88 Pak rupees ~ 1.002 $