To get the number of gallons, simply divide the distance by the miles per gallon. 2000 miles / 16 mpg = 125 gallons
750 / 12 = 62.5 gallons.62.5 x 4.00 = $250.00
1200 miles @ 19 miles to the gallon = 1200/19 = 63.2 gallons. The price does not alter the amount of gas required.
10 MILES per gallon, and we want to drive 2000 miles, so let's divide the total number of miles by our mpg, and that will tell us how many gallons we need. 2000 /10 = 200 gallons. At 4.50 dollars per gallon, and we need 200 gallons, 200*4.50 = 900 dollars needed.
My old truck gets 11mpg, so I can go 11 miles.
That depends on the miles per gallon a particular truck gets. Most will average between 5 and 7 miles per gallon so on 400 gallons that's between 2000 and 2800 miles on 400 gallons.
What you first need to do is figure out how many miles you can travel on one gallon of gas. And then multiply this by how far you're traveling.
My truck gets 14 miles per gallon so it would take 290/14=about 21 gallons. My Honda gets 28 miles per gallon so it would take 290/28=about10.5 gallons.
If gas cost $3.70 per gallon i have an 8 cylendar truck how much would it cost me to drive 266 miles
830 ÷ 13 = 63.84 gallons 63.84 x 3.30 = $210.69
It will have a fuel cost for the trip of $270.00 (900 divided by 10 equal the number of gallons multiplied by $3.00 per gallon equals the fuel cost).
2000/5 x 3.00. = $1200
a quarter tank is about 3 gallons 3 gallons will move my truck about 15 miles and my daughter's tinny car about 90 miles and my grandson's motorcycle about 300 miles.
440 miles / 9.2 miles per gallon = 47.8 gallons, to the justified number of significant digits (9.2 is limiting; the depressed 8 indicates that it may not be significant).
In a pickup truck you might get 10 to 14 miles per gallon if you drive conservatively with a 7.4 motor. The same motor in an RV might be lucky to get 7 to 10 miles per gallon.
The answer depends on the efficiency of the vehicle in miles per gallon, as well as the price of gasoline. An average automobile goes 20 miles on a gallon of gas. Divide distance by efficiency (1000 miles divided by 20 miles per gallon results in 50 gallons.) If gas costs $3 per gallon, then the fuel used by this car to travel 1000 miles would cost $150 and you would need to fill up twice. If you drive a hybrid at 33 miles per gallon, the cost would be $90 (one tank of gas used). If you drive a truck or SUV at 10 miles per gallon, the cost would be $300 with four fill-ups.
Most vehicles' low fuel light comes on with one to two gallons of gas left. If you know how many miles per gallon your vehicle gets, just figure on one gallon to be safe. For instance... if your car or truck gets 20 miles per gallon, when the light comes on you should figure you have 20 miles AT MOST to refuel.
15 * 15 or 225 miles. This is if the fuel pump can get every last drop out of the tank !
If your lucky, About 8 to 10 miles per gallon and I mean lucky.
The Chevy 1500HD truck manages to obtain approximately 13 miles to the gallon in the city, and 18 miles to the gallon on the highway. The truck is popular as it is very roomy, but is quite a heavy user of fuel.
The average miles per gallon for a 24 Ford diesel box truck is 11 miles per gallon. The miles per gallon is dependent upon the driving conditions and the driver.
The average box truck miles per gallon is dependent upon the size of the box truck, the size of the engine, and the driving conditions. Most box trucks will get around 10 miles per gallon.