Mileage Calculator | RAC Fuel Cost Calculator
The new RAC Fuel Cost and Mileage Calculator can help you calculate how much a journey will cost you in terms of fuel, as well as a fuel calculator that allows drivers to calculate their fuel consumption, with the overall driving distance displayed in miles and kilometres.
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How do I calculate fuel cost for a road trip?
Divide the total distance of your trip by your miles per gallon to get the number of gallons of gas you’ll need for your journey, then multiply that figure by the current gas price to get the estimated cost of gas for your road trip.
How do you calculate fuel cost per km?
To calculate the litres per 100 km, multiply the number of kilometers by 100, then divide the number of litres by this number, for example, 450/100 equals 4.5, then divide 50 by 4.5 to get 11.11.
What is the formula to calculate fuel consumption?
Note the mileage driven when you next fill up, then fill the tank again and note the number of litres put in. Divide the number of miles driven by the amount of fuel used in litres (miles per litre) and multiply by 4.544 to convert to miles per gallon.
How far can a car travel on 1 litre of petrol?
The actual formula for calculating kilometers per litre is 100 divided by 8 = 12.5 (your car will travel 12.5 kilometers on one litre).
How do you calculate km per Litre?
Simply divide 100 by the number of liters next to the “l” to convert to kilometers per liter (km/L). For example, if my reading is 6l/100km, then 100 divided by 6 equals 16.6 km/L.
How do you calculate cost per Litre?
The steps are as follows:
- Divide the trip distance by 100. Then multiply the result by the fuel consumption. Finally, multiply the result by the cost of fuel per litre.
How do you calculate fuel consumption per hour?
Method that is simple
- Gallon Per Hour (GPH) = (specific fuel consumption x HP)/Fuel Specific Weight.
- 300-hp Diesel Engine Example. GPH = (0.4 x 300)/ 7.2 = 105/7.2 = 16.6 GPH.
- 300-hp Gasoline Engine Example. GPH = (0.50 x 300)/ 6.1 = 150/6.1 = 24.5 GPH.
How do you calculate fuel cost per mile?
To calculate annual fuel cost per mile, divide total actual or estimated fuel expenses by actual or estimated annual miles driven. For example, if you drove 15,000 miles last year and spent $1,600 on gas, your fuel cost is 1,600 divided by 15,000, or 10.67 cents per mile.
What is 30 mpg in miles per Litre?
We have converted 30 miles per gallon to 9.4 litres per 100 kilometers.
How do you calculate cost per mile?
Divide the cost per mile by the number of miles you drove that month to get the total monthly cost per mile, then add the fixed and variable costs to get the total monthly cost per mile.
At what speed should the car be driven to travel the greatest distance with 1 Litre of fuel?
According to the Energy Saving Trust, the most efficient speed for achieving the best fuel economy in a car is 55-65mph; any faster, and the fuel efficiency rapidly decreases; for example, driving at 85mph uses 40% more fuel than driving at 70mph (and it’s also illegal).
How many miles will 5 Litres of petrol do?
5 litres per 100 kilometres equals 56 miles per gallon.
How Far Will 8 Litres petrol go?
Convert MPG to Litres/100 km We converted 8 Litres per 100 kilometers to 35 MPG.