petrolium, oil, gasoline, the works.
US gasoline. ZX, or Zephyr Express is a St. Louis based company. US owned and operated.
Wheelwrights are important in cultures that do not rely on gasoline engines to get around. The Amish are a group of people that rely on horse and buggy transportation and must have a wheelwright when a wheel breaks.
Approximately 2,486 US gallons of gasoline.
Since we consume about 400million gallons of gasoline each day, that would be the same amount of gasoline sold each day in the US.
One US gallon of gasoline weighs about six pounds.
In 2005, the US national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline was $2.30
Most probably, you won't get it to run. Gasoline need a spark to ignite, R/c cars usually rely on another ignition system.
In 1998, the US national average cost of one gallon of regular gasoline was $1.06
In 2006, the number of gasoline stations (identified as all retail outlets where the public can buy gasoline was 167,476.
United States use 43% of world's gasoline.
20 US gallons of gasoline equals about 75.708 liters.
In 1988, the US national average price for one gallon of regular gasoline was 94.6 cents.
In February 2008, the US national average price for one gallon of regular gasoline was $3.03
A hose from a gasoline tanker or by hand with 5 gallon cans of gasoline.....
For regular gasoline, 125,000 BTU per US gallon
The average price of gasoline in 2001 was around $1.64 of a gallon
One US gallon equates to about 3.785 liters.
Six liters equals about 1.6 US gallons.
$3.30 per US gallon is equal to about $3.96 US dollars per Imperial gallon.
The average price of one gallon of gasoline in the US in the summer of 1970 was 36 cents.