Fuel is expensive in France. But are we the worst? We invite you to discover it in our article on the subject.
We’ve all complained about the price of fuel. This is all the more the case for a few months, while this one breaks records which we would have done very well without. And for good reason, the liter of diesel and gasoline now easily exceeds the bar of two euros, and there is no improvement in sight. In question, the war in Ukraine, but also the very punitive taxation on the price of fuel. No less than three taxes are applied, representing approximately 60% of the amount spent by motorists. An almost unprecedented situation in Europe. But does that mean we have the most expensive fuel ? Not necessarily.
The Casino brand has decided to extend its “fuel operation” during the summer holidays, which will reduce the bill for many motorists! https://t.co/SfW74jJthE
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Are there countries where fuel costs even more? Well, yeah. And even several throughout Europe. But the prize goes all the same toIceland, where you have to pay no less than €2.523 on average for a liter of unleaded 95. Diesel is displayed at €2.498. In question, the geographical location of the island, which must rely on supplies by sea, which is very expensive. This is followed by the northern countries, including Finland (€2.456 for the SP95) and Denmark (€2.447). Ireland is also very expensive, with a liter of unleaded displayed at €2,210.
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But of course there are also countries whose fuel costs less than here. And they are many. This is particularly the case in Russia, where you only have to pay €0.90 for a liter of petrol. It is the equivalent of our GPL French ! In Ukraine too, unleaded is not expensive, displayed at €1.675, while it costs €1.690 in Poland. But the prize goes to Belarus, where a liter costs only €0.712.
I am tabling a bill aimed at lowering gasoline taxes in the face of the record rise in fuel prices and taxing dividends from oil companies.
A few days before the big holidays, this is an essential subject for the French. pic.twitter.com/84UlSqaEBM
— Fabien Roussel (@Fabien_Roussel) June 29, 2022
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