World gas prices

Gas Prices Around the Globe: The Highs and the Lows

With U.S. gas prices near historic highs, Americans are anxious about the cost of filling up. But we still feel far less pain at the pump than drivers in many other developed nations. On the flip side, if you drive in the right world cities, you can still pay less than $1 a gallon.

What It Costs to Fill 'Er Up Around the World

Americans may grumble about paying the current average of $2.72 a gallon. But that's way better than what folks in Eritrea are forking over: $9.59. Venezuelans barely pay anything -- gas there goes for 6 cents a gallon. Here's a look at prices in 34 cities worldwide.