Basically the heavier a vehicle is, the more power it needs to move and therefore has a larger consumption. This is why if you fill the tank full, the car will be a bit heavier and therefore will burn a little bit more. However the difference is really insignificant. If you want to ask more exper...
Re: How often do you fill your gas tank? Averages to about once per month.A touch under 20 gallons of premium, but usually get a break due to the grocery rewards card taking 20-60 cents off per gallon.
It takes ~11 gallons to fill up, with a 13 gallon tank.Usually every 3-6 weeks.
it depends in the car it can hold from 13 to 25 gallons (around there)
Another thing to know is that most modern vehicles have the fuel pump in the gas tank and the gas is what keeps the fuel pump cooled. When you let the tank go to almost empty the fuel pump is not kept cool and this will cause it to fail prematurely. Always, always fill the tank at 1/4. And get yo...
The average US houselhold spent $5,477 on gas and auto last year.
It depends on the type of job you have.
It is really different from case to case and there is no set value. It depends on the severity of injuries. However, some people have had from 2 to 4 times the amount of their medical bills.
Theoretically yes. The reason is that with less space in the top of the tank, there is less room for evaporation of the fuel in the tank, so you have less fuel turning to vapor in the tank. At least that is the theory.No, the amount of fuel in the tank has almost no effect on fuel mileage. If any...
Sound like you refueling control valve may be bad.This is a one way valve that connects the fuel tank to the EVAP Canister.It's purpose is to send vapors to the canister instead of the air when you are refueling.If it's plugged up it will not allow vapors to escape fast enough and cause the pump ...
The fuel tank capacity of the 2014 Toyota Corolla L Sedan is 13.2 gallons. If gas is $1.23 per gallon, it would cost $16.24 to fill up the tank.
If the average tank of gas takes 20 gallons, and the average fuel efficiency is 18 miles per gallon (official statistics say about 22 mpg, but 5-6 mpg less if you consider buses and trucks and factor in real life traffic jams in major cities), then the average person can drive about 360 miles on ...
A single car produces an uncalculated amount of pies in a year.
nothing it is free and cool due in 2 weeks:]
Well it is 3075 mile so you divide that 30 (accepted mpg you get in a car) and you get how many gallons you need to go that distance... and if your tank holds 10 gallons, that's around 11 stops to fill the gas. And since gas is approx. $3.523(2/13/12) a gallon then you need $360 or $400 to be safe.
Depends on price of gas & how much you need.
My F-250 super duty holds 36 gallons.
no if anything it is worse because of the added weight
While much depends on the manufacturer's mile per gallon (MPG) figures,. there is a general rule of thumb. A mid-sized sedan will likely have a 16 gallon capacity.It all really depends what is on the computer. If the computer is just really basic then yes it will be cheaper but if it has a lot of...
That depends on the size of the fuel tank.
2.If a tanker truck is filling the station's tank at the time you want to buy gas, do not fill up; most likely dirt and sludge in the tank is being stirred up when gas is being delivered, and you might be transferring that dirt from the bottom of their tank into your car's tank.
The amount of gas a car holds depends on the size of the car.Smaller cars generally have gas tanks that hold 12 gallons worth of gas, while larger cars can hold 15 or 16 gallons.For the purpose of this story, let's say gas costs $3.85 a gallon.
The mean value is the total amount of petrol currently held in all the cars in the entire world, divided by the total number of cars. Good luck with that calculation.The median value would be almost impossible to calculate. The modal value, however, can probably be approximated. We must firstly a...
That varies dependent on the capacity of the vehicle's tank.
It doesn't use gear oil. The differential is part of the trans-axle and it is all lubricated by the transmission fluid.
With proper preventative maintainance 500-700,000 miles.
IF a tank were filled to 100% of capacity, then increases in temperature would result in pressure increases on the tank of hundreds, or possibly thousands, of PSI, and possibly cause a very severe mechanical failure resulting in a massive fire and/or chemical explosion.This is because liquids hav...
The National Safety and Transportation Bureau statsitics indicate that there were an average of 36 plane crashes per year between 1988 and 2007 in the US: These are the yearly US Statistics for plane crashes: 1988 30/ 1989 28/ 1990 24/ 1991 26/ 1992 18/ 1993 23/ 1994 23/ 1995 36/ 1996 37/ 1997 49...
Is this a challenge question? There are many reasons why not to do as I will answer the most popular one. If a tank is filled above the point of the fuel tank then raw gas will enter the vapor tube which should only be vapor gases. Vapor gases are collected into a charcoal canister called the Eva...
Depends on what metal you are refering to. * Aluminum is can be bent at 1 ton * Stainless at 50 ton * Mild Steel at 100 tons * Carbon Steel can be bent at 150 tons. All of these metal depend on the thickness of the material. For example, the thickness of these metal would have to be between the t...
If you take the average miles driven each year (2013) which is 13,500 miles and divide that by the average miles per gallon of cars and trucks which is around 20 mpg you get 675 gallons used each year. Divide that by 52 weeks and you get a weekly average of 12.98 gallons.
Depends on the price of the fuel at the pump. Just multiply the price per gallon by 20 and you will get the result. For example: * Gasoline price is $3.75 * Multiply $3.75 x 20 * Answer = $75.00
You need to decide on capacity then buy tank and hangers and a selector valve ,fuel lines, sending unit.
about 28 miles one way for me.
It holds a total of 18.5 gallons totally empty. More than likely on empty before actually running out of fuel, it will hold approximately 17 gallons.
I drove a Pontiac Bonneville convertible with a 409 engine. I think I probably had a 20 gallon tank. What I distinctly remember in '68 or '69, was paying $0.35 a gallon which would have been $7 for a tankful.
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its how the car is made some times they don't have enough room to fish the rubber line up through all the stuff that is in the way so its easier to put it on the other side!
It's important to never fill the tank of your boat beyond 90% full.This leaves room for gas to expand and avoids the potential for overflow.After you're done fueling, tightly replace the gas cap.This will prevent the escape of fuel vapors.
Morning, because as the theory goes, the fuel cools down overnight, and cold fuel is more dense than warm fuel, so get more for your money, not to mention cold fuel, which your engine will make slightly more power with.
If your car is 1996 or newer, than it has a vent solenoid in the gas tank, which is used by the car's computer for evaporative emissions testing. The vent solenoid is usually open, but in your case, it is stuck closed and is not letting air to escape the tank during refueling. Take the car to a r...
When putting gas in the car . the filler neck fills up and stops the gas from entering the tank even though the tank is not full. even when it is pumped slow. what is the problem?
The filler tube and or the tank vent is kinked or restricted in some way.
Cohesion is what would make gas or another liquid "climb" the tube, forming a curve at the top of the liquid, or menuscus.A siphon works differnetly. The gas or other liquid will flow from a higher level to a lower one directly due to gravity, of course. In a completely liquid-filled tube, the li...
Even using a fantastically small number of 50 gallons per person per day in a home where extreme water conservation measures are in effect or where there is a single elderly occupant using very little water, the septic tank still fills up quickly - typically in as few as 1-2 days, or at most in a...
you must have a license in order to pump gas in the state of california- L.A police department
Actually, contrary to popular belief, the U.S. maintains an average of about twenty miles to the gallon and only sterotypical foreigners would say that the U.S. is all made of trucks.
because your car has a gas leak
My jimmy gmc takes about $60.00 to fill up i hope that helps. lol but our jimmy is really loud and is a total gas hog lol but i love riding in it i fell badass!! lol :)
A family of four will fill the 300-gallon storage volume of a 1,000-gallon septic tank in about 1.5 years.By making adjustments in this analysis for adults working outside of the home a third of the time and children going to school, it is easy to conclude that a septic tank should be pumped ever...
In order to breathe, your tank must have a vent somewhere that will relieve both vacuum and pressure.Gasoline expands in volume as it warms up and shrinks in volume as it cools down.The fuel level of your tank changes throughout the day, even if you are not driving it.This is simply a gas cap wit...
I actually sell cars and that is totally classified!!! Kidding. The average used car will gross between $1000 and $1500 which to be honest barely covers the bills. That would give a salesperson 100 to 200 dollars in his paycheck. I have seen dealers take a loss for a car when trying to move it. Y...
They should fit a little less because the metal Gould contract some.
To count the amount of money in each collection of same-valued bills, divide the number that you have chosen to count to by the value of the bill.For example, if you are counting ten-dollar bills and you have chosen to count to 100, the number you will remember is 10.
The gas tank in Royston's car holds 12 gal of gasoline The car aaverages 29 migal Royston filled up the tank and then drove 140 mi About how many gallons of gasoline are left in the tank?
My calculator says about 7.2 gal. Don't answer this for him! It's a classic homework question!
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If you have three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies, you have $1.19, the largest amount of money in coins you could have without being able to make change for a dollar.
Yes, due to the fact that the fuel pump is lubricated and cooled by the gasoline. It is best to be at 1/4 or above.
16 to 18 US Gallons. 64 to 72 liters, approximately.
there isn't one you just push on it on the side closest to the door
You must take you car to a good garage and have a qualified mechanic check this out.
Always refill your portable fuel containers on the pavement or dock to ensure a good ground.While the bed of your truck or the deck of your boat may seem stable, static electricity can build up and cause a spark.On the dock, put an absorbent pad under the container.
What are your legal obligations when you ask a gas station attendant to put twenty dollars worth of gas in your car and they fill the tank instead to a total of seventy dollars?
Seems like you had a failure to communicate. He will say you said fill it up and you will say I said put $20 worth in. So, it wil be his word against yours. Let me ask you a question? Did you get $70 worth of fuel or were you cheated? You got $70 worth of fuel that you eventually will need. So, i...
How many times will you need to fill up for gas going 1232 miles going 70 miles an hour with a 46 miles per gallon on a 10 gallon tank?
1232/46 mpg = 26.78 gals. needed 27 gals/10 gallon tank= fill up 3 times
Gasoline fuel tanks are required in many places to have breathing vents which retain vapors for vapor recovery systems.Diesel tanks for emergency generators do not have this requirement and are typically open to the atmosphere.The tank vent is required to disperse vapors that are discharged from ...
6.6' bed, 26 US gallons. 8.1' bed, 34 US gallons.
No!!!! Regular Anti-Freeze is not a combustible liquid! Gasoline already has a "gas line anti-freeze" added to it in cold climates. In extremely cold areas, one small bottle of "gas line Anti-freeze" purchased at an Auto Parts store will help.
Most railcars for general use are either 11,000 gallons, 20,000 gallons or 23,000 gallons (in the U.S. anyway). There are many other sizes, though, and when you start getting into unique products (ie: cryogenic, molten metals, high pressure, acids, etc), you start getting into different sizes.
What is the private company national average for gas mileage reimbursement in 2008. How much money per mile for gas?
I work for a well know Travel Center Company such as T/A & Love's that is privately held and they currently reimburse at 50.5 cents per mile as of 7/8/08.
If you mean in a car, more cylinders=more pistons so uses more fuel. The larger the car the larger the engine must be to proper it so if fuel efficiency is what you want, you need the smallest car you can get away with that passes your drive test. many of these are so efficient now, they are unde...
Generally Speaking you could end up with wet feet.
How much money do petrol stations loose when people filling up their tanks go a couple pence over and dont pay?
The couple of pence that you didnt pay for..