# How much does it cost to drive 2900 miles?

## How much does it cost to drive 2900 miles?

Cost of a 2900 mi drive by MPG and Cost of Gasoline

5 mpg | 10 mpg | |
---|---|---|

$ 2/gallon | $1,160.00 | $580.00 |

$ 2.25/gallon | $1,305.00 | $652.50 |

$ 2.5/gallon | $1,450.00 | $725.00 |

$ 2.75/gallon | $1,595.00 | $797.50 |

**How much gas does it take to drive 2900 miles?**

Cost To Drive 2,900 Miles

MPG | $2 per gallon | $4 per gallon |
---|---|---|

2 MPG | $2,900.00 | $5,800.00 |

3 MPG | $1,933.33 | $3,866.67 |

4 MPG | $1,450.00 | $2,900.00 |

5 MPG | $1,160.00 | $2,320.00 |

### How much gas do I need for 3000 miles?

Cost To Drive 3,000 Miles

MPG | $2 per gallon | $3 per gallon |
---|---|---|

1 MPG | $6,000.00 | $9,000.00 |

2 MPG | $3,000.00 | $4,500.00 |

3 MPG | $2,000.00 | $3,000.00 |

4 MPG | $1,500.00 | $2,250.00 |

**How much will gas cost for 2500 miles?**

Cost To Drive 2,500 Miles

MPG | $2 per gallon | $4 per gallon |
---|---|---|

1 MPG | $5,000.00 | $10,000.00 |

2 MPG | $2,500.00 | $5,000.00 |

3 MPG | $1,666.67 | $3,333.33 |

4 MPG | $1,250.00 | $2,500.00 |

## How much gas will it cost to drive 2000 miles?

Cost To Drive 2,000 Miles

MPG | $2 per gallon | $4 per gallon |
---|---|---|

1 MPG | $4,000.00 | $8,000.00 |

2 MPG | $2,000.00 | $4,000.00 |

3 MPG | $1,333.33 | $2,666.67 |

4 MPG | $1,000.00 | $2,000.00 |

**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 gas should I use on a road trip?

Our gas estimator operates on a very simple premise: Determine the distance you are about to travel. Let’s say 295 km. Find out what’s your fuel economy. Let’s use 8 l/100km.

**How can one gallon of gasoline produce 20 pounds of CO 2?**

How can one gallon of gasoline produce 20 pounds of CO 2? Because the carbon dioxide (CO 2) is created from the carbon (C) in the fuel AND the oxygen (O) in the air, it’s heavier than the fuel burned to produce it. Keeping the speed between 30 and 60 mph when possible lets the engine run at the optimal rate and decreases the gas mileage.

## How to calculate the cost of gas for your car?

Our gas cost calculator is versatile and offers more then other web-based fuel cost calculators (e.g. splitting the gas cost). All you need is to enter the driving distance and the average fuel economy of your car – then, all the math is done automatically! In fact, your biggest concern will be how much gas costs at your nearest gas station.

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.

Our gas estimator operates on a very simple premise: Determine the distance you are about to travel. Let’s say 295 km. Find out what’s your fuel economy. Let’s use 8 l/100km.

How can one gallon of gasoline produce 20 pounds of CO 2? Because the carbon dioxide (CO 2) is created from the carbon (C) in the fuel AND the oxygen (O) in the air, it’s heavier than the fuel burned to produce it. Keeping the speed between 30 and 60 mph when possible lets the engine run at the optimal rate and decreases the gas mileage.

Our gas cost calculator is versatile and offers more then other web-based fuel cost calculators (e.g. splitting the gas cost). All you need is to enter the driving distance and the average fuel economy of your car – then, all the math is done automatically! In fact, your biggest concern will be how much gas costs at your nearest gas station.