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# What is the average cost per mile for a car?

## What is the average cost per mile for a car?

The total cost of owning and operating the average car falls between 35 cents per mile and 65 cents per mile over the lifetime of the car.

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 many miles per gallon does my car get?

Looking up the stats for my vehicle, it looks like my car gets 31 miles per gallon for the highway (the vast majority of my travel to work every day). Oil changes can be another big expense for your car – especially if you do them the right way and follow your vehicle’s recommended maintenance schedule.

### How to calculate gas mileage for a rental car?

This might be the cost of a rental or the amount you can deduct on taxes. The calculator will calculate your trip cost based on your total distance. 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.

What’s the average cost of driving per mile?

So the average cost of driving per mile is: Thankfully the tire store I buy my tires from does free tire rotations for life. So there is no residual cost or charge there. This one gets a little hairy. Ideally when you buy your car (either new or used), you shouldn’t really have too many bumps and bruises within the first 100,000 miles.

How much does it cost to get 30 mpg?

A vehicle that gets 30 MPG will cost you \$460 less to fuel each year than one that gets 20 MPG (assuming 15,000 miles of driving annually and a fuel cost of \$3.70).

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

Automatic estimates are provided for local gas prices and vehicle fuel efficiency in miles per gallon (mpg) or liters per 100 kilometers (L/100 km), based on the make and model of your car, SUV, or minivan. Don’t let the economy and rising oil prices stop you from taking your next trip.

Looking up the stats for my vehicle, it looks like my car gets 31 miles per gallon for the highway (the vast majority of my travel to work every day). Oil changes can be another big expense for your car – especially if you do them the right way and follow your vehicle’s recommended maintenance schedule.

So the average cost of driving per mile is: Thankfully the tire store I buy my tires from does free tire rotations for life. So there is no residual cost or charge there. This one gets a little hairy. Ideally when you buy your car (either new or used), you shouldn’t really have too many bumps and bruises within the first 100,000 miles.

Ruth Doyle