Gasoline in 1920 was 20Â¢ a gallon, roughly ten percent of the average median annual income. To put it into perspective: An average 10,000 miles a year at 15 miles per gallon would cost about $113. Subtract that from the annual $1,500.00 household income.
It depends on the price of gas. If gas costs $5/gallon, it would cost about $835.00 to go 5000 miles when your car get 30 miles to the gallon. If gas costs $3/gallon, it would cost about $500. cost = 5000/30 * cost-of-gas
Price of a gallon is $2.009. the third digit after the decimal is for 9/10 of a gallon. You are not paying for a gallon of gas. You are paying for 9/10 a gallon of gas. Sometimes you will see 9/10 after the cost of gas.