A long line of traffic snaked into the Caltex Starmart Kaleen this morning to fill up on unleaded petrol going for the 1982 price of 59 cents per litre.
What was the price of petrol in 1989?
As per sources, on April 1, 1989, petrol prices were at Rs. 8.50, kerosene at Rs. 2.25, diesel at Rs. 3.50 and LPG at Rs.
What was the price of petrol in 1992?
Historical Petrol Price per litre in India
How much was a Litre of petrol in 1975?
In 1975 a litre of petrol cost 16p, according to motoring organisation the AA. In 1985 the cost was 44p; in 1995 it was 60p. Today, the average cost is 83p.
What will gas cost in 2050?
* In 2016 dollars.
Which city has lowest petrol price?
Among all major cities of India, Delhi has the lowest fuel rates— ₹ 81.63 for petrol, ₹ 73.54 for diesel.
Which brand petrol is best for car?
Major Indian oil companies like BPCL, IOCL, HPCL guarantee a better mileage and long-run performance of the car with their premium fuel. In India unleaded petrol typically has octane ratings of 87, whereas premium fuel has an octane level of 93–94.
How many miles is a litre of petrol?
160.1 divided by 22.3 = 7.179 miles per litre. This is 7.179 x 4.544 = 32.62 miles per gallon.
What was the price of a gallon of petrol in 1970?
In 1970s a gallon of petrol cost 6s 8d (33p), at the end of the decade it was just short of the pyschological £1 per gallon. Source: Petrol prices 1896 to present, published by the AA Motoring Trust. Verdict: Petrol was cheaper in the 1970s. The 746 was the telephone most people had in the 1970s.