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You need to know the fuel efficiency of the vehicle when you are driving (driving styles do make a difference).

Use the fuel efficiency to calculate the amount of gas you will need and then use the gas price to calculate the cost of fuel.

You need to know the fuel efficiency of the vehicle when you are driving (driving styles do make a difference).

Use the fuel efficiency to calculate the amount of gas you will need and then use the gas price to calculate the cost of fuel.

You need to know the fuel efficiency of the vehicle when you are driving (driving styles do make a difference).

Use the fuel efficiency to calculate the amount of gas you will need and then use the gas price to calculate the cost of fuel.

You need to know the fuel efficiency of the vehicle when you are driving (driving styles do make a difference).

Use the fuel efficiency to calculate the amount of gas you will need and then use the gas price to calculate the cost of fuel.

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Use the fuel efficiency to calculate the amount of gas you will need and then use the gas price to calculate the cost of fuel.

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