International driver’s education company, Zutobi has released a new report highlighting the countries with the cheapest and most expensive gas prices in the world.
Over 150 countries were examined. Zutobi used the best-selling car across the world – the Toyota Corolla – as the car to calculate the distance one can travel on $50 worth of fuel in each country.
The report revealed that countries with the cheapest petrol include mostly oil-rich countries, with the South American country, Venezuela, leading the chart. The country has the largest known reserve of crude oil in the world. It sells petrol at $0.03 per liter ($0.11 per gallon).
According to data from the report, Hong Kong topped the chart of countries with the highest price of petrol. The price of a gallon is $13.10 – double the global average and $1.15 more than the second most expensive place.
Below are the Top 5 African countries with the cheapest gas prices
Libya ($0.15 per gallon)
Algeria ($1.46 per gallon)
Angola ($1.60 per gallon)
Nigeria ($1.82 per gallon)
Egypt ($2.37 per gallon)