# How much will it cost to drive 400 miles in a vehicle that gets 8 MPG and fuel costs 4.00Gallon?

### What is the difference between an operating cost and a fixed cost?

Fixed costs basically refer to those expenses each month that do not vary such as building rent, insurance premiums, business loans or other business costs that are constant. Operating costs would be those that DO vary such as the cost of inventory, wages, advertising, business supplies, etc. Example: Operating cost: things that maintain your motor vehicle and money you spend for gas, oil, and tires. Operating cost vary based on the number of miles you…

### How much gas will it cost to drive from Shreveport LA to Orlando FL?

Well that all depends on what vehicle you are driving and the MPG of that vehicle. Take the distance of the trip in miles and divide by the average mileage the vehicle you are driving will get. This will tell you how many gallons of fuel you will use. Multiply that figure by the cost of a gallon of gas in your area. You now know the approximate cost in fuel. For instance: If you…

### How much will gas cost to travel 2000 miles in a car that gets 22 mpg and gas costs 4.00 per gallon?

Here is how to get the answer. Divide the miles you are going to drive by the mpg of the vehicle you are driving. So 2,000 divided by 22 equals 90.9. You now know it will require about 91 gallons of fuel to complete the trip. If the fuel costs $4 per gallon then multiply 91 times $4 and you get $364. This is assuming the vehicle averages 22 mpg during the entire trip.

### How many gallons of gas would it take to drive 400 miles?

Depends entirely on what the MPG is of the vehicle you are driving. If you know the MPG of the vehicle you are driving on this trip simply divide that figure into 400. Example: Vehicle gets 27 MPH. 27 divided into 400 which equals 14.81. So, as you can see it will take almost 15 gallons to drive that vehicle 400 miles.

### How do you figure out how much it costs for gas to drive 1750 miles?

First you must know the mpg the vehicle you are driving will average at highway speed. To find that out fill your tank, reset the trip meter to 0 and then drive your car at highway speed for about 300 miles. Stop and fill the tank. Write down the miles you drove as recorded on the tripmeter and divide that figure by the gallons of fuel it took to fill the tank. You now know…