Which countries use the cheapest gasoline?
On the same day that gasoline prices are expected to soar in the United States and Europe, it’s time to ask which countries use more of the fuel.
The answer may surprise you.
In Europe, gas stations sell gasoline from Norway, and in the U.S., from Australia, Brazil and Chile.
And it’s not only the cheaper oil that gets a boost.
There are also more refined fuels and more advanced vehicles that are being built.
The cheapest fuel comes from Norway in comparison to the U, S. and Europe.
So, is it a good deal?
Is it worth it?
And if so, why?
In Europe, there are about 4.4 million cars in circulation, according to the latest data from the European Automobile Manufacturers Association.
But for most European motorists, it will likely be years before they find out the answer.
In Norway, only a small percentage of cars have gasoline.
And that’s because Norway’s government controls the market for the fuel, with the government paying for the oil and selling it to motorists.
The U.K. has a relatively higher fuel economy, at about 27.4 miles per gallon, compared to France and Germany, according the European Fuel Economy Association.
And the U to the UK is about 11.4.
But that’s not good enough for most people.
In Europe the average car uses about 1.2 gallons of gasoline a day, compared with a maximum of 4.6 gallons in the world average, according a report from the International Energy Agency.
In comparison, in the US, the average daily use is about 1 gallon, according data from AAA.
And in Europe, cars are more fuel efficient, on average, than cars in the rest of the world, according AAA.
In the U., for example, cars consume more than 10 gallons of fuel a day in Germany and about 5.6 in the UK.
But the U doesn’t have a single gasoline station, so it’s hard to compare the fuel usage of the U and other countries, said David McElroy, an energy analyst at the International Institute for Sustainable Development in Geneva.
“In Europe it’s a bit more of a mixed bag,” McElray said.
“The U to U.B.C. is a little bit more efficient than Europe, and it’s pretty similar to the US overall.
But in terms of overall fuel consumption, it is still way lower than Europe.”
It depends on what you are talking aboutWhen it comes to fuel consumption in the EU, the difference between Europe and the U is quite large.
For the average driver in the European Union, the fuel economy is roughly 10 percent lower than in the USA, according fuel efficiency standards.
That translates to an average daily consumption of about 1,500 gallons, compared as compared to more than 2,000 gallons in Europe.
In contrast, the U’s average daily fuel consumption is about 6,000.
So, what does this mean for the average American car?
According to AAA, in addition to the fuel cost, the gasoline in the American car is more efficient.
In the European, the cars are a bit less efficient.
And while there are more cars on the road in the North American market, the US is still a much smaller market than the European one, said John Clements, an associate professor at the Institute of Transportation and Transportation Research in New York.
“If you look at the U of A and the European market, you can see that in many cases they are more efficient in the consumption of fuel,” Clements said.
“The U ofA has the best fuel economy in the market and the best in Europe.”
The fuel in the most efficient cars is diesel, which has a fuel efficiency of 35.2 mpg.
The best European fuel economy vehicles, such as the Renault Clio and BMW 3 Series, have a fuel economy of about 21 mpg, according TOEIC’s report.
But in the past, the most common fuel in cars was petroleum.
In 2009, oil was used to power about three-quarters of cars in Europe and three-fourths in the Americas, according ToEIC.
This was mostly due to an explosion of petroleum-related exports in the 1980s and 1990s, and the development of new technologies to produce petroleum from the natural gas that was released by the burning of fossil fuels.
In fact, the oil crisis of the late 1980s was so bad that Europe’s average fuel consumption dropped from more than 1,200 gallons a day to more like 700 gallons.
That’s a drop of almost 100 percent.
In contrast, in America, where the average gasoline consumption is around 1,400 gallons a year, the only way to increase the fuel efficiency is to replace gasoline with renewable fuels, like wind, solar, geothermal and hydro.
That can be done by replacing the existing gasoline tank with a new, smaller