Interesting calculator, the most interesting part is the fact that a Canadian website would post a calculator to sum a capacity that is no longer in place anywhere in the world. Imperial Gallon, gone the way of the dildo bird.
Isn't it still in use in Canada?
Seems like half a continent is a pretty big chunk of "The World"...
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Good grief- I really need to get out (of the country) more- I looked at "Canadian car" specs and...is my face red!
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" Not every mind that wanders is lost. " With apologies toJ.R.R. Tolkien
I still calculate my mileage in imperial gallons. They tell me the metric system is easy....hmmm, old dog, new trick syndrome. I also still measure stuff in inches and pounds, not mm or kms or kgs or....?
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Basic calculation of fuel mileage is to divide distance travel (units of distance, miles, kilometers, etc. ) by total fuel used measured in (gallons, liters,etc.) using a basic calculator with give you the simple answer. The most accurate measurement will include several fill ups as a single one will not be as accurate.
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