The average car sold in the us could drive 24.5mi on 1 gal of gas explain how to find the number of yards the car can travel on 1 gal of gas?
The average American consumes approximately 500 gallons (1892 L) of motor gasoline per year, whereas the average Canadian consumes approximately 310 gallons (1173 L).
This one is a little to ambiguous. According to NIADA & NADA data there are more than 160 different types of cars sold in the U.S. while I'm sure the data is there to review it would not be feasible to post it here. I suggest visiting either of the aforementioned sites to get more information...
That depends entirely upon what car or truck you are driving. Weather, number of passengers, A/C usage and traffic can all have an effect. The car's condition is also a factor, oil used, tire pressure, and even shocks. What roads are being used? Is it a freeway with no stop lights or city streets...
The top selling vehicle is the Ford F-150.The top selling car is the Honda Accord.
First cylinder up front on the passenger side.
The answer below is way too simple and states no facts. Most of Europe uses high efficiency Turbo Diesels as diesel is competitively priced under gasoline and is cheaper to produce. Diesel cars or biodiesel they can run both get 40% better gas mileage than gasoline powered cars. A Volkswagon Golf...
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 1988 was $.95
On average small cars get thirty to forty miles per gallon on highways. However, this number can vary greatly depending on different factors such as the make, model, and year of the car.
If a car can travel 108 miles on 12 gallons of gas how far will the car travel on 18 gallons of gas?
It will be able to travel 162 miles...
How far could you travel at a speed of 12 miles per hour about how many miles could you travel in 1 minute?
At 12 miles per hour, it would take you 5 minutes to go 1 mile 60/12=5. In 1 minute you could travel 1/5 of a mile at 12 miles per hour.
The average in 08 was about 15000 But Just depends how much you drive-David-
Manual transmissions account for just 2 percent of all vehicles sold in 2018, according to data from Edmunds.com.In 2006, 47 percent of new models in the U.S.were offered with automatics and manuals.Now it's down to 20 percent and dropping sharply.
There are several places where someone can find a directory of Toyota car dealerships in the US. Some possible options are the Toyota website, Dealer Rater and Edmunds.
This statistic represents the number of automobiles sold in the United States between 1951 and 2018.In 2018, approximately 5.3 million passenger cars were sold to customers in the United States.Globally, car and light truck sales were projected to come to around 79 million units in 2018.
Where Are VIN Numbers Located on Travel Trailers.For towable recreational vehicles, travel trailers and fifth wheels, you will find the VIN number metal plate or on the Federal certification label.The label is typically on the left front corner (lower roadside)of the RV somewhere near the bottom ...
Because speed x time = distanceIf you're going at 50 MPH, and you keep it up for one hour, then you've travelled 50 miles.50 MPH for 1/2 hour = 25 miles travelled.
most states have records of sale available for a fee, providing it was registered or titled correctly.
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the average number of new automobiles sold into the U.S. market every year?
There are many places a person may compare rates of automobile insurance online, within the USA. For instance, Bank Rate is a website which offers automobile insurance comparisons and other loan tools.
Finding the Number One Look on the distributor cap. Some manufacturers label the number one terminal.Follow the wire from the number one cylinder to the distributor cap. You can also find the number one terminal by turning the engine manually until the timing marks on the camshaft and cranks...
A car travelling at an average speed of 80km took 1 and a half hrs to complete a journey - at what speed should the car travel in order to complete the journey in 2 hours?
At 80 km/hr - which I am assuming is what you meant by 80 km, a car will travel 120 km. To make that journey in 2 hours, it must travel at 120 km/2 hr or 60 km/hr.
Which term describes how to measure a vehicle's efficacy when it comes to distance traveled with 1 gallon of gas?
Miles or kilometres per gallon. (MPG, KPG)
65km per hour equates to 18.06 meters per second.
sub compactcompactmid sizefull/luxury sizewagonvancompact suvmid suvfullsize suvcompact pickupfull size pickup.
Depending on your vehicle a liter of petrol (gas) can last anywhere from 4 kilometers to 15 kilometers.
The luxurious gasoline-fueled Haynes-Apperson car of 1903 was sold in USA for $1,500
One can find used Audi A2 cars in the United States at an Audi dealership. Classified ads in a newspaper are another source for located a used Audi A2 car.
To figure the gas mileage, you would need to determine how many miles you traveled on 1 gallon of gas.You would need to divide 1000 miles by 50 gallons of gas.That would equal 20; therefore, you traveled 20 miles for every 1 gallon of gas.Your gas mileage would be 20 mpg (miles per gallon).
start with 1, then 2, then 3, then 4, then 5, then 6, then 7 etc
No. It's to big to cause any trouble.
There are many places where one could find the phone number to the car dealer Deals On Wheels. The best places to find their phone number would be on their own website.
At average, you get 15 minutes per tank of gas, depending on how hard you run it. With a larger truck, you can probably get about 8-10 tanks (on average) from a quart. This will equal out to 120-150 minutes of run time.Smaller engines/tanks can equal out to more runtime.
In 1907, Samuel Stevens, of Rome, New York, imported a Rolls Royce Silver Ghost, arguably the first instance of an automobile import to the United States.Rolls Royce imported and sold there first car here in 1914. Volkswagon was the first foreign car to sell cars in the U.S. in volume starting in...
What is the percentage of foreign cars in America
the easest way is take title or vin to the dealership in most cases they wont charge if you still have the owners manul its stamped in the cover
If you are visiting the US from out of the country and want to buy a car to travel around in can you insure it in America?
Yes, insurance is usually available for just about every situation.
Yes, it is legal to drive a vehicle with the steering wheel on the right in the United States.Since most right-hand-drive vehicles are manufactured for non-United States markets, they may not meet those specifications and will require significant modification.
30 m/ sec. Or ~67 mph.
A Title search in NY costs $20. You will find who the last titled owner was. You will also find out if the car has a clear title(no loans or liens against it.If you cannot find the most recent owner, you will have to apply for a title for an abandoned vehicle. It is very COSTLY. First , you have ...
The speed limit on most highways in the US is 65 mph. Depending on conditions, most traffic does 70 to 75 mph.
The best option to test drive a Lamborghini in Canada would be to find a dealership that sells Lamborghini cars. Research has provided very few dealerships that sell these cars. There is a Lamborghini dealer in Montreal where one could test drive one. Another option would be to find a listing in ...
nearly 17 million Chevrolet was the best-selling brand in the US market in 2005, outpacing Ford for the first time in 19 years, General Motors said. The Big Three US automakers' sales were down 2% overall, while Asian brands' sales climbed 7% and European brands fell 3%. US automakers' US market ...
1 dollar (Whoever put this is an idiot.)I would estimate around $15,000-$20,000 for new cars. For teenagers, the average cost of a used car is around $3,000-$5,000.
do you mean the chassis no. or the vin no.? you can find the chassis no. with the vin. but not with the reg.no. you can find the vin. with the reg.no.
The FCC numbers on the back of a key fob only identify the frequency of the transmitted radio signal. However, a dealer or locksmith might be able to pull some transmitted codes and assist in finding the car owner.
This is governed by local ordinances. However, where the "front yard" is a relatively small parcel between the street and the main house, many municipal ordinances prohibit buildings and sheds.Some allow canopies and exterior additions to extend from the main house over a driveway.
To find an Avis location nearest you, vist the avis webiste. Most other large car rental companies have similarly easy to find websites.
36 minutes = 0.6 hour [36/60 = 0.6]. So: (0.6 hour) X (64 miles/hour) = 38.4 miles
If you're going to ship a car to Europe, you're probably wondering if you can drive it around with U.S.plates.Driving in Europe with a U.S.registered vehicle is NOT prohibited.However, only vehicles that will only remain in the country for under 6 months can be driven without registration in Europe.
If you would like to find the owner of a car that a license plate belongs to you would need to contact law enforcement. If you could do that for someone then they could do it for you and would you want someone accessing your personal information with just your license plate number? Only law enfor...
If you're a police officer or work for the department of motor vehicles, you can look it up. If you're not, then in most cases you can't get this information. If you have a really good reason to need to know it, you might be able to get it from the police/DMV by explaining why you need it.
The answer is 160/2=80, the answer is 80km/h.
It is possible for a right-hand drive (RHD) vehicle to be manufactured in compliance with the FMVSS.At 25 Years Old a legally imported vehicle is FMVSS exempt.Cars sold in the US are left hand drive because that is the way it has been done since Ford in 1908.
Average Speed = distance/time = 240/4 = 60 mph
Call the police and explain why you need to know. If you are looking for a legitimate reason they can look up the number in their database. I do not believe that database is open to the public.
According to BlackstaTo get on the ring it couldn't be simpler. Go to the main building (not the restaurant) and buy a ticket, you can buy a single lap for 16 euros or various multi lap tickets. Prices obviously depend on the amount of laps but are cheaper than to buy single laps. Once bought ski...
The average price of the Jaguar XK varies when one looks at all the options available. The lower end Jaguar start in price at $79,000 and go up to and exceeds the price of $174,000.
80.67 feet every second at 55mph
I am also looking for this list as you are. I have not found a "list of cars built in Japan", but the very first character of the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) designates "Country of Origin". Not sure how these were determined as "1 thru 4" means USA; "J" indicates that the vehicle was buil...
As a policewoman would say: Do you have your car registration, car insurance, and driver's license. Those are required. Some states also require a vehicle inspection and for the vehicle to pass an emissions test.As long as it meets the US safety requirements, insurance and licensing you can drive...
In 2018, about 142.86 billion gallons (or about 3.40 billion barrels1) of finished motor gasoline were consumed in the United States, an average of about 391.40 million gallons (or 9.32 million barrels) per day.
The vehicle would be traveling at 125 mph.
Wiki will not help you cheat. Time to get to work.
If a car travels at 55 mph for 3 hours, how far does it go?A. 165 miles C. 275 milesB. 192.5 miles D. 550 miles
A car that travels 1000 kilometers in 5 hrs, averages 200km/h.
70 km/hrThe idea is to divide the distance by the time.
Car dealerships sell approximately 14 million new cars in the United States each year, which breaks down to around 38,356 cars sold each day.Used car sales trump new car sales, with more than 40 million used cars sold each year in the United States, which breaks down to 109,589 used cars sold eac...
It is right around $2.00 per gallon.
According to Census survey estimates, there were about 1.8 vehicles available per U.S.household in 2016.
When you are driving a car and you observe a number plate of a car behind you from the mirror the number plate seems to be upside down explain why this happens?
It would appear reversed, but not upside down. If it does appear upside down, then either the plate is mounted in such a manner.
According to the chart, you can expect to get anywhere from 30 miles to more than 100 miles on a nearly empty tank, depending on the car.Of course, the real-life numbers will vary based on how you drive, your car's condition, and other variables, so Your Mechanic emphasizes they're all just rough...
So, if your car or SUV gets 20 mpg, assume that you can drive about 50 miles after your gas light goes on until the sickening realization that you are totally out of gas.Also consider that stop-and-go traffic can reduce your fuel efficiency and drop that number significantly.