There are many different sizes of tanker trucks, - could be anywhere from 1,000 to 10,000 gallons.
Up to 45.
Typically, 60 to 80 feet.
there are many sizes, generally 2000 to 5000 gallons
That's an 'open ended' question !
An oil tanker would be carrying crude oil, not refined product. So the answer would be zero.
Typically about 8800 gallons (33,300 liters)
6,500 to 7,000 gallons.
About 34,070 liters.
about 5000 gallons to 200 gallons they are all different sizes
10 foot truck-368 cubic feet 14 foot truck-669 cubic feet 17 foot truck-849 cubic feet 24 foot truck-1401 cubic feet 26 foot truck-1538 cubic feet
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Since the truck is 18 feet long (6 x 3=18), there would be 2 feet left in the parking space. Take those 2 feet and times that by 12 inches for each foot or 24 inches for both feet.
7500 gallons due to the weight not the available volume in the tank.
The question is not very specific. There are many kinds of water tankers. A water tanker truck, of the largest 18 wheeler kind, can carry about 30 tons of water. Which is about 8000 gallons.
The truck needs 400 feet to stop
That depends on how fast the truck is traveling.
That depends on what size the concrete truck is. A 10-yard truck carries about 270 cubic feet when full. An 8 cubic yard truck carries about 216 cubic feet of concrete. (Or gravel, sand, etc)