Imperial gallons? (=1.2009 US gallons)--means you're getting 37 MPG in US units.
I'll take your word for that...I still think in terms of miles per imperial gallon - brought up that way in Canada. These litres/100km ratings are just sort of numbers to me.
Bought gas twice now. 119 Pence/litre (1.19 UK Pounds/litre) With the Canadian dollar at $2/UK Pound, I'm paying CDN$2.38/litre. When I left home last week it was going for about $1.30/litre. Less than twice what I'm used to paying. As I can only drive less than half the normal distance, compared to what I'm used to, I guess it evens out to about what I would expect to pay on a road trip at home. Only the scenery is vastly different, the roads interesting, and the driving habits of the locals occasionally shocking.
Saw more caravans today with an assortment of tow vehicles, including a couple of wrong hand drive Jeep Cherokees.
(Cullompton to York tomorrow... GPS says 285 miles - I expect it to take ALL DAY.)