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How much will gas cost for a 1200 mile trip?

How much will gas cost for a 1200 mile trip?

Cost To Drive 1,200 Miles

MPG $2 per gallon $4 per gallon
1 MPG $2,400.00 $4,800.00
2 MPG $1,200.00 $2,400.00
3 MPG $800.00 $1,600.00
4 MPG $600.00 $1,200.00

How do you calculate gas cost per mile?

Take the current price of fuel and divide it by your vehicle’s miles per gallon (e.g., $2.34 per gallon ÷ 30.3 miles per gallon = $0.77 or 8 cents per mile).

How do you figure out how much a trip will cost?

What is the cost of a road trip?

  1. determine the number of miles you will travel (google maps provides a good ballpark figure)
  2. divide the number of miles by your car’s mpg (the number of miles you travel per gallon of gas)
  3. multiply that answer by the current cost of gas per gallon.

How long is a 1200 mile drive?

How Long Does it Take to Drive 1200 Miles? – 20 hours is how long it takes to drive 1200 miles at a speed of 60 mph.

How many hours does it take to drive 1000 miles?

How Long Does it Take to Drive 1000 Miles? – 16 hours and 40 minutes is how long it takes to drive 1000 miles at a speed of 60 mph.

How long does it take to drive 1100 miles at 75 mph?

How long would it take to drive 1100 miles?

MPH Time
60 18 hours and 20 minutes
65 16 hours and 55 minutes
70 15 hours and 42 minutes
75 14 hours and 40 minutes

Is there a way to calculate the cost of gas?

This calculator can estimate fuel cost according to the distance of a trip, the fuel efficiency of the car, and the price of gas using various units. The price of gas may go up or down, but it’s always a major expense for most drivers.

How to find out how much gas you will use on a car trip?

We prepared the gas estimator to help you find out how much fuel you will use on a car trip and how much it will cost you. Our gas cost calculator is versatile and offers more then other web-based fuel cost calculators (e.g. splitting the gas cost).

How to calculate the mileage of a gallon of gas?

Get the miles traveled from the trip odometer, or subtract the original odometer reading from the new one. Divide the miles traveled by the amount of gallons it took to refill the tank. The result will be your car’s average miles per gallon yield for that driving period. Here’s the formula: miles driven gallons used = mpg

How to calculate the cost of a road trip?

Travelmath provides an online cost calculator to help you determine the cost of driving between cities. You can use this data to figure out a budget for a road trip. The driving calculation is based on the average fuel efficiency of your vehicle, and you can change the gas mileage in mpg or L/100 km to match your exact make and model.