i would like to find out what the mileage is from Glasgow to Pakistan via Dubai,,,its for air miles
That would be about 299 miles.
If this vehicle has high mileage I would start with the plug\wires and oxygen sensors. These would all affect fuel mileage on higher mileage vehicles. Hope this helps you.
Average mileage is 10,000 to 12,000 miles per year. The engine would have 90,000 to 108,000 miles on it, assuming it's the original engine.
The rims from another 96 galant would be best.
That depends on your fuel mileage.
Depends on the fuel mileage of the vehicle you're driving.
That would depend on what mileage the car you are driving gets.
If it happened after the tire rotation it is probably a bad tire.
Mileage is the number of miles traveled over in a given time. The word mileage is often associated with cars and relates to the number of mile that have been covered or the total distance that that car has traveled in its life time. People say "this car has good mileage" meaning that is has not traveled very far and therefore would be in good condition. Mileage can refer to 'how much mileage is on your vehicle?' (how many miles or kilometres are on the odometer) It can also mean 'how is the gas mileage on that vehicle?' (when you fill the gas tank, how many miles does it take you before it reads 'empty')
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Every 60K miles would be a safe bet.
Depends on vehicle mileage you are using for the trip
It would have to be perfectly tuned to get more than 13 miles to the gallon.
That would depend on the mileage of the automobile. If you get 20 miles per gallon you would expect 20 miles times 20 gallons or 400 miles. In my F350 you may expect 180 miles.
On the 1995 model it's suggested every 60,000 miles. The max I would say would be 100,000 miles.
The average miles driven by Americans each year is 7,000 to 10,000 miles. Reasonable mileage on a 2003 car would be around 110,000 miles or less in 2014.
"Normal average" mileage is 10,000 to 12,000 miles per year. The 1998 model is 11 years old. "Normal average" mileage would be between 110,000 to 132,000.
Average yearly mileage is considered 10,000 to 12,000 miles. A 2001 model would have 70,000 to 84,000 average miles.
The amount of gas mileage that you can get from a 2011 Toyota truck can be anywhere between 14 and 30 miles per gallon of gas that you purchase. The average of that would be about 20 miles per gallon.
that depends on the mileage of the vehicle. If your Tahoe has over 75,000 miles I would recommend the high mileage oils. The viscosity of the oil will be on the cap. If its under 75,000 miles I would highly recommend a synthetic oil, same goes for the viscosity.
Figure out your gas mileage, then find out how many miles the trip is. Divide the miles by the gas mileage, then multiply that by the price of gas per gallon (which will vary by state)
About 230 miles ;)
Depends entirely on the fuel mileage of the vehicle you're driving.