I second this. I saw $2.75 per litre in Norman Wells last winter. I know it's an extreme situation, but we may as well be prepared.Raiden38 wrote:Awesome, but why would you limit that to 2.00?? Gas is already (sometimes) at 1.50$ in a few years it will be 2.00$ for sure! I would put the max at 3.00$ for Canada, should take a while until we get there!
doctorkb wrote:See above.
This is a known issue -- Canada has been rolled in with the US's price limits ($2.00-$5.00?) so any attempt to report a price outside that range fails.
I've requested that the lower limit be reduced to $0.50 until they sort Canada out of the US, but apparently that hasn't been done.
hmarian wrote:I tried to punch in price for gas station a couple of days ago and below is the error I'm getting:
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Could someone show an evidence of gas station in Canada accepting prices in the $1.20-$1.40 range per litter?
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