# How Much Gas For A Uhaul Truck

## How much fuel does a haul truck use?

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## What is the gas mileage on a 26 ft U-Haul truck?

26-foot truck The 26-foot U-Haul gets 10 miles per gallon with a 60-gallon fuel tank (using unleaded fuel). One entire tank will take you 600 miles.

## What happens if you don’t put gas in U-Haul?

Do I need to put gasoline in my U-Haul truck before I return it? If yes, how much? We simply ask that you return the truck with the same amount of gas that it had when you picked it up. This amount will be marked on your contract when you pick up the vehicle.

## How many MPG does a 15 ft U-Haul get?

U-Haul rental trucks get different miles per gallon depending on the size of the truck. The company’s larger trucks (15-ft. to 26-ft.) get 10 mpg.

## How much can fit in a 10 ft U-Haul?

The 10ft moving truck can easily fit a king sized bed, frame, loveseat, two end tables, and a four piece dining room table with spare room for boxes filled with household items.

## How many gallons does a box truck hold?

Small to medium moving trucks have a 30 to 40-gallon tank, larger trucks have a tank that’s between 50 and 60 gallons. If you have a truck with a 50-gallon gas tank and gas is averaging \$3 a gallon, it will cost you \$150 to fill the tank before you turn in those keys.

## How much does it take to fill up a 26-foot box truck?

What is this? With that done, multiply the average cost by the fuel tank size. The answer, which is \$231, is the amount it will cost to fill up a 26-foot box truck.

## How many gallons does a 26ft box truck hold?

load capacity. Up to 70-gallon diesel fuel tank (up to 13 mpg diesel) Cruise control.

## How many gallons is au haul gas tank?

The Cargo van is slightly different from the 8-foot van as it uses an average gas mileage of 20 miles per gallon. The fuel tank capacity of a U-Haul cargo van is 26 gallons.

## Is unleaded 87 regular gas?

Retail gasoline stations in the United States sell three main grades of gasoline based on the octane level: Regular (the lowest octane fuel–generally 87) Midgrade (the middle range octane fuel–generally 89–90) Premium (the highest octane fuel–generally 91–94)