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Do you spend more on Fuel than food?

Fuel vs Food  

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  1. 1. Do you spend more on fuel than food (in an average Month)

    • Yes.
      40
    • No.
      38
    • I ride a bicycle.
      6
    • I walk.
      7
    • I starve.
      2
    • I do not purchase my food.
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John S.    359

I spend about 140 a month (includes mowing) on Gas...no idea how much I spend on food but it's way more (prob triple) than that for a family of 4

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Amarok    132

Nope.

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Phemo    39

Yes I do, I spend around ?500 to ?600 a month on fuel ($800-950 US). I do quite a bit of driving :)

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Hum    6,930

I spend well over $200 a month for fuel and over $200 a month for food. :p

You rich Georgia people ... :laugh:

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Nerd Rage    314

Well that explains why I'm fat. So many people spending around 100 bucks a month on food, I usually spend 300-400 a month on food. Usually only around 100 on gas.

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The Laughing Man    442

If by fuel you mean hookers, then then my answer is yes.

Also I spend about 350-400 a month on gas and about 400 every 2 weeks on food (for myself)

Why so much on food, gym/exercise I eat horses.

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+chconline    158

Definitely more on food.

I spend no more than $50-60/month on gas. I drive a 2007 Civic sedan, summer consumption is 5.9L to 6.3L/100km and I drive around 700km per month.

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+ngc891    45

I spend about ?300-350 on petrol a month, but run a restaurant so my food bills are quite low!

However I can't be bothered to cook all the time so if we eat out, we can blow ?60-70 quite easily on food.

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ozgeek    157

australia they call it mackers?

Maccas

I spend around $50-100 a month depending on how often I drive. yes that's right it's nice to live out in a small town rather than a busy city. I spend about $400 a month on food.

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qdave    158

I spend 600$ a month on diesel and 400$mo on food

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GuJu    6

I spend $100 on gas a week.

and $0 on food.

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Gerowen    1,120

I spend $100 on gas a week.

and $0 on food.

Are you a plant that lives off sunshine and carbon dioxide or something? Or do you grow / hunt your own?

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123456789A    4,709

$40 a month on gas. My car is a super efficient futuristic machine.. from 1995.

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spikey_richie    174

?50 a week on fuel, ?70 a week on food.

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abysal    98

I spend more on fuel; anywhere from $350 to $450 a month, and about $160 to $200 on food per month, and another $100 on bridge tolls. I get a steady 26 mpg in the car, but with a 90 mile per day commute it goes really fast. Not to mention I also have to use 93 octane. I try to offset that by riding my bike in when I can, when the weather is good. Hoping to buy a more fuel efficient car at the end of this year.

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Wakers    327

Are we taking international opinions here?

Switzerland - we spend 750CHF on food a month (that's the budget, includes restaurants and whatnot) and about 60CHF per month fuel.

Fuel is cheap here - food really isn't.

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GuJu    6

Are you a plant that lives off sunshine and carbon dioxide or something? Or do you grow / hunt your own?

My mom makes my food. And I'm proud of that fact.

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Raa    1,408

I think the better question would be : How much would fuel prices have to go up before you stopped driving?

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