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2014-08-21 20:14:07
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The average cost per mile to operate a motorcycle is dependent upon the type of motorcycle. The average motorcycle will cost one third less than the average automobile.


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The cost per mile will vary based upon where you live. The average cost to tow a car ranges from $3-$7 per mile.

Check out for the actual cost calculator. A Honda civic (new) is 30 some cents per mile, a more expensive car such as a Ford Mustang GT V8 is about 40 cents per mile.

The average cost of bulk transport varies, but it usually is three dollars and once cent per mile for the cost.

In 2011, the cost per ton per mile average was about $16.54. That was with an index rating of about 128 compared to 1975.

With most factors considered, it costs about 1.38 dollars per mile to operate a commercial. That is based on a fuel price of 3.42 dollars per gallon.

The cost per mile for a garbage truck varies somewhat with the price of diesel fuel and the age and condition of the truck. On average, the fuel cost per mile for a garbage truck is about $1.33 if diesel fuel is selling for $3.99 per gallon. The trucks generally average 3 miles per gallon of fuel.

That depends what the cost of your fuel is. Let's say gasoline is $3.00/gallon then one would be paying an average of $.12 per mile if your car gets 25 mpg

That depends on the difference in cost of the cars, the difference in efficiency of the cars, and the cost per mile to operate them. Not enough information for us to give you a real answer.

Obviously it would depend on how much it costs to operate your specific automobile. Without that information, all we can do is estimate based on averages. The IRS has performed that exact type of study, and has determined that, on average, it costs about 55 cents per mile driven to operate an automobile. Since the driving distance between El Paso and Orlando is 1,707 miles, then on average it would cost about $938.85 to drive there.

The average cost per mile doesn't care about where you're driving, it's only concerned with the gas mileage of the vehicle, and price per gallon of the fuel. Figure out your gas mileage, check the fuel prices, do the math, and you're done. gas price/MPG=cost per mile

The IRS allows: .51 cents per mile for business. .19 cents per mile for medical or moving expenses. .14 cents per mile for charitable expenses. Want to know what a particular make & model will cost per mile then click the link.

The average cost per mile of this bus is the total cost of diesel plus the total maintenance costs IN THE PERIOD UNDER DISCUSSION, divided by (total number of miles travelled X total number of passengers, in same period).

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You need to expense a dump truck at a dollars per hour, as mileage for dump trucking is mostly in a close in area to cities and mostly close to gravel pits, asphalt plants. My own experience is that for every mile you operate a dump truck the cost of operation are double that of road trucks, the wear and tear on them is so much more that the cost of operation is very high, fuel mileage is low due to constant start and stop.

5:48 is definitely above average for a mile time. An average mile time would be anywhere from 7-8 minutes.

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A lot more than many people think, but it varies greatly, especially based on location, width, and underlayment needed.In 2008 in Pittsburgh it cost an average of $338,000 per mile to REpave city streets. (Usually 24 ft wide streets). That's an average of $64 per running foot.I had hoped to reduce road costs to terms of "labor man years per mile". This was to see how road construction costs had changed over the decades. (In this method, average total costs per mile are divided by the common labor wage per hour at the time to give man-hrs per mile. Then divide by 2000 [man-hrs per year] to get man-yrs/mile)In 1898 in Massachusetts, it cost an average of $5700/mile for 16 ft wide macadamized road. With labor running at about $0.10/hr that's 28.5 man-yrs per mile.In 1908 (an average over about 20 states) it cost about $8870/mile for PAVED road.Converted to man-yrs/mile, that's about 40.3 .In Clark County Pennsylvania in 2002 it cost about $303,000/mile to replace the underlayment in macadamized roads (put in better base rock). Assuming labor rates at about $12/hr, that becomes 12.6 man-yrs per mile. (Sounds suspect to me)I would appreciate better numbers myself (especially for 24 ft wide paved roads).

Please give me the approx. answer of different categories{ sub-compacts, compacts, mid-size,etc, ] based on insurance, resale, depreciation, initial cost of car, average maintenance, etc,

One straightforward way to calucate auto cost per mile (if your only taking fuel consumption into account) is: Price per gallon of fuel divided by the vehicle's average Miles per Gallon. e.g., $3.80 per gallon / 22MPG = 0.172727 per mile therefore, it would cost $ 0.173 per mile or 17.3 cents per mile. Other factors such as vehicle deprecation, tolls, oil use, insurance also should be considered in account but would complicate the equation.

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