There are many different sizes of tanker trucks, - could be anywhere from 1,000 to 10,000 gallons.
Typically about 8800 gallons (33,300 liters)
6,500 to 7,000 gallons.
7500 gallons due to the weight not the available volume in the tank.
it depends on the tanker but usually about 9300 gallons
about 5000 gallons to 200 gallons they are all different sizes
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.
It depends on what the job is, small airway service trucks for light aircraft hold around 450 - 700 gallons and those road monsters can move 9500 Gallons in a single 4 compartment aluminum tanker - the only limit to physical capacity is the country/state/city laws.
An oil tanker would be carrying crude oil, not refined product. So the answer would be zero.
A typical gasoline tanker holds 9,000 gallons of gasoline.
it can hold anywhere from 750-1000 gallons of water
200 - 240 gallons.
Obviously the answer depends on the capacity of the tank truck and this capacity is not fixed by any standard. If each truck carried 4000 gallons, it would take 2000 truck loads to haul 8 million gallons.
The typical one ...2800 gallons.
it can prolly hold around 50 gallons
It depends on the shape of the tanker.
My 2009 Chevrolet Silverado holds 26 gallons of gasoline.