World’s Gasoline Prices Map

Map by Car and Driver

This world map shows the cost of fuel in each country during the year 2012. Each price is determined per gallon in U.S. dollars.

At just six cents a gallon, Venezuela has the cheapest gasoline price in the world.

Conversely, Norway’s gas prices are the most expensive, at $9.38 per gallon. In fact, European countries shown on the map have some of the world’s highest prices of gasoline. 

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