Just how bad are gas prices here in Canada when compared to the rest of the world?
In Canada, gas is expensive, and the nation's drivers are going to let it be known.
Yet, after all the griping and belly-aching, when it comes down do it, how do gas prices in Canada — measured recently at $1.31 per litre — stack up against the rest of the world? Do we really know? Do you know? Well, thanks to MyTravelCost.com, we do now.
Click through to find the 15 countries where gasoline is the most expensive on the planet.
*Gas prices, listed in CAD, current as of Mar., 2014. Data courtesy MyTravelCost.com.
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