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How much will gas cost if you travel 1000 miles?


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2010-06-30 00:10:57
2010-06-30 00:10:57

It depends on your vehicle's gas mileage and the current price of gas.

Say you have a 10 gallon gas tank and get 22 miles per gallon.

You have 220 miles to the tank.

1000 miles to travel, and an average $2.50 per gallon of gas

1000 miles / 220 miles = 4.55 tanks of gas

4.55 tanks of gas * 10 gallon gas tank = 45.5 gallons

45.5 gallons * $2.50 per gallon of gas = $113.64

Put in your own values for price and mileage to figure it out for your own car.


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$500 to $1000 a month plus travel

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