If you are in Hong Kong it is better to leave the car in the garage and move by public transport: petrol is close to 3 euros per liter, reaching the highest level in the world.
The data comes from Codacons, which compared fuel prices in various areas of the globe.
"The most expensive petrol is the one sold in Hong Kong, where a liter of green costs on average 2,920 euros (146 euros in full); the cheapest is located in Venezuela, a producing country, where the fixed price of gasoline subsidized by the State is, at the current exchange rate, just under 2 euro cents per year (1 euro full). - explains the Codacons - In Iceland you pay about 2.2 euros per liter (110 euros in full) against 0.25 euros / liter in Kuwait (12.5 euros in full). Prices around 0.3 euros per liter (about 15 euros in full) in Egypt, Algeria and Angola". In Europe, on the other hand, the cheapest tank of petrol is made in Warsaw "where today an average of 65.6 euros are spent; the most expensive in Amsterdam, with spending averaging 106.5 euros, almost 41 euros more (+62.3% in full). To refuel with diesel it is better to go to Malta, where you spend an average of 60.5 euros for a full tank, and better to stay away from Sweden: here the cost reaches 111.2 euros, about 84% more". "Compared to the EU average - still analyzes ilCodacons - Italian motorists pay the green 8.75% more, equal to a greater expenditure from + 8 euros in full, + 7.4 billion euros in a year".
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