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(Price of gas per litre, in C$) x (current value of C$1.00, in U.S.$) x (3.79 litres per U.S. gallon) = price in U.S. dollars for one U.S. gallon
This can also be expressed as:
C$ ? X
U.S.$ ? X
3.79 litres =
1 U.S. gal
1 U.S. gal
So, in the above example:
C$1.00 per litre x 0.88 x 3.79 = U.S.$3.23 per U.S. gallon
Visitors to Canada from more densely-populated countries may be surprised to find that some sections of heavily-travelled Canadian highway can have as much as 100 km (60 miles) or more between gas stations. It's unwise to assume that there will always be a gas station nearby when you need to refuel. If you are doing substantial amounts of highway driving, you need to either plan your fuel stops as part of your route planning, or consider refuelling when your gas gauge reaches the half-full mark.