# How Much Gas Per Mile

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## How many gallons is used per mile?

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## How much does it cost to drive 1 mile?

According to the Internal Revenue Service, a mile costs $0.53. This is the value you can deduct from your income for each mile you drive while on business. This represents, in one single number, the net cost of driving.

## What is the cost per mile?

Calculating cost per mile becomes a simple equation once you know your mileage and total expenses. Divide your total expenses by the total number of miles driven, and the result is your cost per mile. For example, the USPS drives 1.2 billion miles every year, with annual costs totaling $82.2 billion.

## How do I calculate how much gas I use?

Multiply your gallons per mile by your total mileage to compute the number of gallons consumed over the life of your vehicle.To continue the example, if your vehicle has 60,000 miles on it, multiply that figure by 0.05, which tells you your car’s total fuel consumption is 3,000 gallons.

## How much gas does it take to drive 100 miles?

In that case, a car that gets 18 miles per gallon uses 5.5 gallons of gas per 100 miles, and a car that gets 28 miles per gallon uses just 3.6 gallons per 100 miles. With gasoline prices over $4 a gallon, that’s a difference of about $8 per 100 miles.

## How much gas is 200 miles?

10 gallons Good luck on your trip. We hope that our “How much gas to drive 200 miles?” page made the trip planning a little easier for you.

## How do I calculate my car cost per mile?

To calculate your cost per mile, simply divide your total expenses for the month by the total number of miles you have driven that month. For example, if your expenses totaled $3,000 and you drove 10,000 miles, your cost per mile is $0.30.

## How much will 10 dollars of gas get you?

Since gas is $2.50/gallon and you buy $10 worth, that says you’ll get 4 gallons of gas ($2.50 * 4 = $10).

## How much gas does it take to drive 1 hour?

The $7.00 per hour figure is based on a vehicle that burns one $3.00 gallon of gas every 17 miles. That’s a real figure for what our Town & Country uses in local driving. If you assume an average speed of 42 miles per hour, it works out to $7.00 per hour.

## How many gallons of gas is 500 miles?

For instance, if you plan to drive 500 miles in a car that gets 25 MPG, you’ll need about 20 gallons of gasoline.