Gasoline consumption as percent of income

The chart shows the percent of income spent on gasoline in various countries. In countries with a low percent, we have some combination of limited gasoline consumption, low gasoline price and high income. The chart uses our latest gasoline price data. Press Ctrl+F on your keyboard to search for a specific country. Another look at the data is to consider the percent of monthly income that is needed to fill a tank of gas in various countries.
Turkey
Hong Kong
Singapore
Ireland
Norway
France
Belgium
Qatar
Spain
Italy
Malta
Austria
Lithuania
Algeria
Switzerland
Luxembourg
Colombia
Kuwait
Cape Verde
Portugal
Germany
Denmark
Sweden
South Korea
Ivory Coast
Japan
United Kingdom
Romania
Netherlands
Montenegro
Slovakia
Latvia
Poland
India
Cameroon
Czech Republic
Madagascar
Slovenia
Finland
China
Peru
Australia
Northern Macedonia
Bulgaria
Rwanda
Egypt
Serbia
Iceland
Croatia
Hungary
Nepal
Argentina
Dominican Republic
Malaysia
Philippines
Kenya
Bosnia & Herz.
Russia
Estonia
Chile
Tanzania
Laos
Ukraine
Belarus
Bolivia
Israel
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Saudi Arabia
Panama
Moldova
Togo
United Arab Emirates
Ecuador
Oman
Uruguay
Mauritius
New Zealand
USA
Zambia
Guatemala
Ghana
Malawi
Cyprus
Greece
Grenada
Burkina Faso
Pakistan
Brazil
Vietnam
Sierra Leone
El Salvador
Indonesia
Burma
Cambodia
Mexico
Fiji
Namibia
Canada
Puerto Rico
Saint Lucia
Zimbabwe
Suriname
Guyana
South Africa
Nicaragua
Honduras
Barbados
Georgia
Mozambique
Jamaica
Lebanon
Lesotho
Jordan
Kyrgyzstan
Benin
Belize
Notes: The calculations use gasoline consumption data from the U.S. Energy Information Agency, GDP data from the World Bank, and our data on fuel prices.

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