Finns have some of Europe's most expensive petrol, while Estonia has some of the cheapest, writes Taloussanomat.
The price of grade 95 petrol in Finland is second highest in Europe and behind only Holland. Estonia is 24th among 27 countries surveyed.
In terms of price of diesel fuel, Estonia was 17th in the EU.
In one year, the price of petrol has increased almost 10% in Finland, more than Europe's average increase of 6.4%:
EU's cheapest petrol is in Romania, where a litre costs 0.9 euros, followed by Cyprus and Bulgaria (0.92 euros) and Estonia 1.01 euros a litre. EU's average price is 1.15 euros.
Diesel fuel is most expensive in UK (1.23 euros a litre) and cheapest in Romania (0.86 euros). The comparison may be inaccurate since several countries including Finland tax cars that use diesel fuel.
In Lithuania, price of petrol went up more than 20% in a year while in Poland it fell 6.3%.