I like to cry about how gas is approaching $3/gallon here in Orlando. I thank my luck stars I don't live in England. There, gas (petrol) is approaching Â£1/litre. Sounds like it's a lot less than here, doesn't it? Well, let's do some conversion between metric and English units of volume and a currency conversion for the money.
- One U.S. gallon equals 3.785 litres.
- One English £ equals $1.79 U.S. dollars (at today's exchange rate).