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# How many tanks of gas does it take to drive 700 miles?

## How many tanks of gas does it take to drive 700 miles?

Cost To Drive 700 Miles

MPG \$2 per gallon \$3 per gallon
15 MPG \$93.33 \$140.00
16 MPG \$87.50 \$131.25
17 MPG \$82.35 \$123.53
18 MPG \$77.78 \$116.67

How do I figure out how many tanks of gas I need?

Add up Your Trip Cost Take the mileage of the total distance of your trip and divide it by your miles per gallon to get the number of gallons of gas you will need on your trip. Then multiply that figure by the current price of gas, and the result is the estimated cost of gas for your road trip.

### How big of a gas tank do I Need?

“I have a forty-five gallon Transfer Flow frame mounted gas tank. It saves me fuel stops, and I can fill up where gas is cheap. The disadvantage is filling the tank and then seeing gas price ten cents less twenty-five miles down the road. Gas Buddy is not always accurate.”

Which is a disadvantage of filling a gas tank?

The disadvantage is filling the tank and then seeing gas price ten cents less twenty-five miles down the road. Gas Buddy is not always accurate.” – Edwin Groenendyk, 2008 Chevy 2500HD, 2014 Sundance 285TS, and a 2010 Palomino pop-up camper

## Do you need to enter number of miles to calculate gas?

For a successful calculation you need to enter at least the number of miles to travel on your trip as well as the mpg of you car or vehicle. If you also enter the gas price you expect to pay we can also give you an estimate of what the gas would cost for your trip.

How much does it cost to fill a gas tank with a credit card?

My gripe is that credit card fill ups often shut off way before the fill up point due to station dollar limits necessitating a second authorization. Out here on the West Coast, diesel hovers just under \$4.00 a gallon. I can only imagine trying to fill up a mega tank.”

“I have a forty-five gallon Transfer Flow frame mounted gas tank. It saves me fuel stops, and I can fill up where gas is cheap. The disadvantage is filling the tank and then seeing gas price ten cents less twenty-five miles down the road. Gas Buddy is not always accurate.”

### How can I find out how much gas I have in my tank?

Record the trip starting odometer reading at the time you fill up. At the end of your trip or week, fill up your tank again. Record the number of gallons or liters required to fill the tank once again. This is the total number of gallons or liters you used for the trip (or the time period).

For a successful calculation you need to enter at least the number of miles to travel on your trip as well as the mpg of you car or vehicle. If you also enter the gas price you expect to pay we can also give you an estimate of what the gas would cost for your trip.

The disadvantage is filling the tank and then seeing gas price ten cents less twenty-five miles down the road. Gas Buddy is not always accurate.” – Edwin Groenendyk, 2008 Chevy 2500HD, 2014 Sundance 285TS, and a 2010 Palomino pop-up camper

Ruth Doyle