The highways, towns and cities of Belarus are lined with shiny, state-of-the art petrol stations including Lukoil, Slavneft and BelNefteKhim. Unleaded petrol is freely available, as are maps, newspapers, food and all the other things associated with Western-style stations. Payment is in Belarusian roubles only. At the time of going to press, a litre of 95 cost around 11900 BYR.
Belarus has a state monopoly on petrol, which means the price and quality are roughly halfway between those in Russia and Western Europe. On the bright side, the highways are lined with shiny, state-of-the art stations where unleaded petrol is freely available and Euros and Dollars are accepted with smiles ... okay, maybe not smiles, but they accept them.