Croatia ranks 23rd on Bloomberg’s latest Gas Price Ranking Index, which ranks 61 countries by average price at the pump, and by “pain at the pump,” measuring the percentage of an average day’s wages needed to buy a gallon of fuel….
The honour of the most expensive place to fill up at the pump went to Norway, where a 39-gallon tank of petrol costs USD $381.81, however their ‘pain at the pump’ ranking was 52nd. Holland was in second place when it came to high petrol prices (pain at the pump ranking 39th), followed by Italy (pain at the pump ranking 32nd), and Denmark, whilst their ‘pain at the pump’ ranking was 48th.
Croatia, with prices at USD $7.90 a gallon, ranked 23rd on the list for the most expensive case, and had a high ‘pain at the pump’ ranking of 13th.
At the other end of the scale, Venezuela ranked as the cheapest nation, where the same cost just USD $1.56. Pakistan ranked number 1 for pain at the pump, while drivers in India had to fork out more than an average full day’s pay to afford just 1 gallon.