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....?
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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