Q: How do you tell how many miles to the gallon you get if your gas gauge does not work?

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There is no way to tell exactly how many miles to the gallon will you loose with a bad EGR. It depends on the car.

That's impossible to answer. You must tell us how many miles per gallon you are getting

This depends on the vehicle's "Miles per Gallon" (MPG) rating. For instance, my car goes 29 Miles per Gallon. You may want to ask the person that owns the vehicle what their MPG is. Their answer will tell you how many miles they can drive their car per gallon.

it really depends on what your cars m.p.g. is. I suggest looking at that first. that will tell you

Very good math question. You didn't tell us how many miles per gallon your car gets. If you get 25 miles per gallon, you could go 375 miles on one tank of gas.

(70 miles/trip) divided by (1 gallon/19 miles) = (70/19) (miles-gallon/trip-miles) = 3.684 gallons per trip. Now, if we only knew how much you pay for a gallon of gas, we could tell you how much the trip will cost.

Glance at the fuel gauge? Maybe it doesn't work. You need to check your fuel mileage. Once you know that, you'll know how many miles (apx) you'll get per tank of fuel. 10 gallons of fuel at 30 miles per gallon =300 mile range before you need fuel.

550 / 27 = 20.3703704 You'll have to do the rest of the math as you didn't tell me how much it costs per gallon.

the epa sticker tells you the miles per gallon

If you drive the car 10 miles, and it doesn't move.

There are way too many variables to answer your question here. How many miles per gallon does your car get. What is the price per gallon you're going to be paying. www.mapquest.com will tell you how far.

If you want to figure out how many gallons you will need and you know how many miles per gallon you achieve then 60 / (your miles per gallon) = how many gallons you need. If you want to know how much you used in 60 miles, one method would be to fill up the tank completely before the trip and then again after the trip and how much you put in the second time will tell you how much you used.