How much fuel will you use going 130 miles?

It depends on the fuel efficiency of your vehicle. A car, plane, train, submarine, etc... that can travel 130 miles on a gallon of fuel will use one gallon of fuel.

A car that gets 30 miles to the gallon will use 130 miles / 30 gallons, or about 4 1/3 gallons of gas.

The miles per gallon, or MPG, is determined by type of fuel used, vehicle/engine efficiency, speed, and driving techniques. A person using the correct type of fuel, with a well kept up engine/tires/filters, driving at the optimal speed (about 55-60mph), and not accelerating/decelerating frequently will be able to use less fuel than someone driving a beater car in stop and go traffic.