The Bloomberg Gas Price Ranking sorts 60 countries by average retail price and by "pain at the pump," which measures the percentage of average daily income needed to buy a gallon of fuel.
Think your gas bill is high? Imagine shelling out $9.89 a gallon -- the price at the pump in Turkey. The average Pakistani or Indian would have to put in more than a full day's work, on average, to afford a single gallon of gas in his country.
Of course, not all gas tanks are created equal. For example, Americans guzzle more fuel than anyone else. Even low gas prices in high-consuming countries take a toll on family budgets. Click ahead to see where your bill stacks up.
Sources: Created by Bloomberg Rankings using data compiled by Bloomberg, Associates for International Research Inc. (AIRINC), Europe's Energy Portal, the International Monetary Fund and the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Country descriptions draw from the CIA World Factbook and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Gas prices are from Jan. 3-18. Ranking includes select countries with a minimum income of $3.50 a day per person. Prices are in U.S. dollars per gallon of regular unleaded gasoline. As octane levels for "regular" gasoline vary internationally, the cheapest option was used for each country.