What does $456 billion buy?
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US drivers consume <a href='http://www.eia.doe.gov/neic/quickfacts/quickoil.html 'target='_blank'>approximately 384.7 million gallons of gasoline a day . Retail prices averaged $2.64 a gallon in 2006. Breaking it down, $456 billion could buy gasoline for everybody in the United States, for about 449 days.
Free gas for everybody for 1.2 years
US drivers consume approximately 384.7 million gallons of gasoline a day. Retail prices averaged $2.64 a gallon in 2006. Breaking it down, $456 billion could buy gasoline for everybody in the United States, for about 449 days.
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