Ya but in Germany I think that they get free health care and other benefits for there higher gas prices which are taxed out the ass. I may be wrong its been 12 years since I've been over there.
Deffinatly not, you need to have a good insurance just like you need in holland. I currently pay €130,- ($166) a month and my employee also pays like €70,- a month for me, making a total of €200,- ($256) of paid insurance.
If I were to run my Yamaha R6 on 83 octane it would maybe ride like 245km/h instead of 280km/h and the engine wont last long with such low octane percentage lol. Its build to ride on 95 octane, but anything higher is better.
In Australia prices as of last night are as follows:
E10 Petrol $1.03 per litre.
Standard Unleaded $1.06 per litre.
High Octane Unleaded $1.16 per litre.
LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) $0.53 per litre.
I personally own a Mitsubishi Magna Wagon and it runs on dual fuel. IE: LPG or Petrol. Most of the time I drive around on LPG and as you can see from the prices it saves me a considerable amount of money on my fuel bill .
For example it costs me around $20.00 to fill my LPG tank and I can drive around all week on it without having to fill it up again.
Oh yes and I nearly forgot to mention. If I buy my groceries from Coles and spend over $30.00, I get a petrol voucher that saves me an additional $0.04 cents per litre off the above prices of petrol and LPG at any Coles (Shell) petrol station.
Well here in Puerto Rico (Caribbean) we are paying as low as $.44/Liter. So thats .44x3.8=1.67/Gal........I think is pretty cheap here, considering that a few month ago we paid like over a dollar the liter!
last time I filled up it was around 1.55/gallon for regular at Sam's Club(for those of you not in the states, sams club is like walmart, in fact its owned by walmart, but it's a warehouse sized business that only sells items in bulk size, they also have other discounted services like their own station where you have scan your membership card to be able to buy their gas(which is always the cheapest around), and membership is like $40 a year). I hope it stays this low, Im buying what is essentially a 4 door version of the bmw m3 tomorrow morning and it eats a fair amount of gas.