# How many gallons of gas will it take to drive 300 miles?

## How many gallons of gas will it take to drive 300 miles?

15 gallons We hope that our “How much gas to drive 300 miles?” page made the trip planning a little easier for you.

**How to calculate miles per gallon for 30 Gals?**

That means you can go about 300 miles before you have to refill. 30 gal x 10 mpg = 300 miles. Remember MPG= Miles / Gallons so mpg=M/G this time we want Miles= something so we can just multiply both sides by gallons to get rid of the G on the bottom. So G x mpg = Miles.

**What’s the difference between miles per gallon and miles per liter?**

When you calculate miles/gallon (mpg) or kilometers/liter (km/l) you are calculating fuel economy in terms of distance per unit volume or distance/volume. The following outline is generally applicable to both calculations. When you calculate liters per 100 kilometers (l/100km) you are calculating volume per 100 units of distance.

### Which is the correct formula for gas mileage?

Equivalent fuel economy/efficiency ratings are converted and shown for all units, mpg US, mpg Imp, km/l and l/100km. mpg = miles per gallon. mpg US = miles per United States gallon. mpg Imp = miles per Imperial gallon. km/l = kilometers per liter. l/100km = liters per 100 kilometers.

**How can I find out how many gallons of gas I will use?**

Find out how many gallons of gas will be used (and the cost) when travelling a known amount of miles. 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.

**How much does it cost to use 60 gallons of gas per mile?**

Your fuel usage for going on a 1800 mile trip in your vehicle is 60 gallons and the cost is $240 when the price of gas is $4 per gallon. Your fuel cost per mile on this trip is $0.13 / mile. Fuel needed: 60 gallons. Fuel cost: $240.

## How to calculate miles per gallon or kilometers per liter?

How to Calculate Miles per Gallon or Kilometers per Liter 1 Fill up your tank with fuel before you start a long trip or the block of time you want to track. 2 Record the trip starting odometer reading at the time you fill up. 3 At the end of your trip or week, fill up your tank again.

**Which is more 1 gallon or 4 miles?**

Gallon ↔ Miles Conversion Table. 1 Gallon =. 25 Miles. 2 Gallon =. 50 Miles. 3 Gallon =. 75 Miles. 4 Gallon =. 100 Miles.

**How to calculate Cafe miles per gallon for natural gas?**

For example, for an alternative dual-fuel model that achieves 15 miles per gallon operating on an alcohol fuel and 25 mpg on the conventional fuel, the resulting CAFE would be: FE = 1 / [(0.5/25) + (0.5/100)] = 40 miles per gallon. Calculation of fuel economy for natural gas vehicles is similar.