How to save your petrol bills and get a good rate.
You might be asking yourself how petrol price in India is different from petrol price here in the west. India has a much higher population density, so there’s a lot of demand. The fuel that is used in India is much more refined, cleaner and generally cheaper. This is mainly because of the fact that almost all of India’s roads and other public transportation are owned by the state. The only way to buy petrol in India is through the state-owned petrol pumps.
In India, you pay for the fuel you use, not just the fuel you get. The petrol that you buy is either supplied by the state or its private fuel retailers. The fuel you use is generally cheaper than the fuel you get.
In India, the petrol that we buy is bought in two different ways. There is the state-owned petrol pumps which are located at gas stations and petrol pumps in private homes. The state-owned petrol pumps have the same pricing scheme as the public-owned petrol pumps, but all of the petrol you buy at a state-owned petrol pump is free. Similarly, in India, you can buy the fuel you use at private petrol pumps.
In India fuel costs are slightly different to the US. In India, if you go to an India-based petrol dealer and fill up your vehicle with petrol, you pay an extra Rs.0.50-Rs.50 per litre (5-20% more). This is a pretty fair deal, especially for those of us who don’t have access to the state-owned petrol pumps.
Another reason to purchase petrol is that it is cheaper to buy a new petrol pump rather than plug it in. The same applies to petrol prices, but petrol prices in India are more expensive than the US. Also, in India petrol prices are much higher than the US, and the cost of petrol is much more per litre.
It would be great if it was possible to get unlimited petrol, but you can’t. You have to fill up your vehicle with petrol. This is why you can’t buy a new car with a brand-new petrol pump.
In India petrol prices are higher than in the USA. A liter of petrol in India costs about $1.90 US. This is less than what it is in the USA, and more than what it costs in some European countries.
As you can probably tell, our petrol prices in India are not the same as what you might find in the USA. In India, the cost of petrol is not affected by the price of petrol. The US petrol price does not affect the cost of petrol in India and the cost of petrol in the USA.
To this day, no one can figure out why petrol prices are much higher in India than in the USA. The cost of gas in India is higher than in the USA, and the price of gas in the USA is more expensive than in India.