- Here in the uk gas is the equivalent of $9.00 per US gallon and a US gallon is slightly less than an Imperial gallon, an Imperial gallon is the equivalent ofMessage 1 of 34 , Aug 1, 2008View Source
Re: [rootsradicals] new: $275 to fill up a tank
Here in the uk gas is the equivalent of $9.00 per US gallon and a US gallon is slightly less than an Imperial gallon, an Imperial gallon is the equivalent of $10.77
diesel is even more expensive.
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- Thank you Morgan. I sure appreciate your help! While doing some reading about the batteries I thought this interesting - EEstor batteries. Maybe there theMessage 34 of 34 , Aug 7, 2008View SourceThank you Morgan. I sure appreciate your help!
While doing some reading about the batteries I
thought this interesting - EEstor batteries.
Maybe there the battery future? They sound like
they would be affordable if they make to market.
I guess we can only hope. -Mark H.
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