How to Compute for Your Vehicle’s Gas Mileage

Gas and Cars
With the continuous increase in gas prices, you need to find out the cost of your driving. Usually, your car will get less mileage as it ages. Compute Miles per Tank Drive your car until the fuel light turns on. Then, fill the tank up. Take note of the mileage on the odometer. Also, note the total amount you've paid for the gas. Drive as you normally do. Then, when the fuel light turns on again, jot down the mileage. Then, subtract the previous odometer reading from the new reading. It will tell you the number of miles you travel with a full tank. Compute Miles per Gallon After getting the miles per tank, you can divide it by the capacity of your tank in gallons. You will know this…
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Low Gas Mileage Cars

Gas and Cars
When it comes to gas mileage, some cars have it better than others. While many of the cars with poor fuel economy can be visually identified (large trucks, farm vehicles, semis and more), others can be a bit more deceptive due to a smaller appearance or unknown variables about the car’s inner workings or how it runs. Many people have dream cars based on how fast they can go, how they look, or even how many children they’ll be able to drive to soccer games using it, but sometimes the gas mileage can turn those dream cars into gas-guzzling nightmares. Owning a luxury sports car is not an uncommon ambition among the general public, but just because they can go fast and impress pedestrians as they pass them on the…
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