Fuel cost in the oil-rich Kingdom is among the cheapest in the world

According to Cost of Living Reports Middle East (CLR), fuel in the oil-rich Saudi Arabia costs on average 13c/L making it the second cheapest in the world after Venezuela.

Saudi petrol sold for 45c/gallon. By comparison, petrol in Norway was $10.08/gallon, followed by $9.55/gallon in Turkey and $8.89/gallon in the Netherlands.

The report found the UAE was the cheapest country in the GCC for buying a new car, with the cost of a small SUV on average $26,850 in the UAE compared to an average $40,487 in Saudi Arabia. Renting the same car cost $2,773 a month in Saudi Arabia, almost double the cost for renting the same car in the UAE.

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