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Old 12-27-2018, 09:38 AM   #4328 (permalink)
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In my counbtry petroleum (international price) it's one thing and gasoline it's another, both in different universes. When petroleum rises gasoline rises, even Brazil being self sufficient on the production. But when petroleum goes down gasoline do not.

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Originally Posted by redpoint5 View Post
Yes, it is adjusted for inflation, and given in 2015 real (adjusted for inflation) dollars.

Old-timers talk about cheap fuel, such as a quarter for a gallon, but I started driving when it was the cheapest ever (in the US) in 1998. Gasoline was $0.99 per gallon. I'd fill a motorcycle, pay $5, and get change back. I'd fill the VW bug, pay with $10, and get change back. I'd fill the v8 Dodge van, pay $20, and get change back.

 
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