The best part about being a penny pinching S.O.B. is when you make a budget that's designed around being bled like a stuffed pig, unless the car halts and catches fire, the fact is that the reality can't be toooo terrible when the graph is so good.
How? Driving ~30km per day at a rate of approximately 450km to every 45 litres, seriously beats the ****ing hell out of driving near ~225km per day and using around 38 litres for the same general distance covered.
And my budget for the next month or so is built around the assumption that petrol will cost me around $4.15 a gal, or roughly $1.09 a litre. That's about a $0.25 higher per hal then it is now.