Its £1.15 a litre for diesel here.
Bearing in mind that the cost to the consumer is not comparable in real $$ with the UK and other smaller heavily populated countries since the size of England entirely would fit inside California or Texas and has a rail and transport service that covers that country in a way that is not existent in the majority of the States. sammieswife.
People keep saying that on these threads. Public transportation is great if you live in London (or New York for that matter), but once you get out into the open country then its whole different matter. I have a bus that comes every hour or so, but it goes in the opposite direction for me to be able to get to work, for which I have a 25mile each way commute. House prices here are absolutely crazy too, I don't know how any first time buyers can afford to buy a house. Last time I looked it up, if I sold my small 2 up 2 down terrace in the UK I would be able to buy a huge 3 bed/2bath lake front house in the US, with local facilities/city similar distances away to what I have in the UK.