Why does your 2000 Sebring use so much gasoline?
With gas prices what they are you want to make sure your car is tuned as well as it can be. Have a tune up performed with new O2 sensors installed and you will most likely notice a big improvement.
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What kind of mileage do you get? I have a 2000 SE and get 28-30 highway... Not bad to me.. ff
Answer . \nRegular Prestone should do fine, unless you plan on racing it somewhere, which doesn't sound likely.\nPhil
Answer . According to a document by Exxon/Mobile published in February 2005, there are 370 million gallons of gasoline used daily. . United States consumed over 142 billi…on gallons of gasoline.
too many types of aircraft and variables to answer without more info - but in general aircraft use more on average than a car would mainly because of the higher speed and powe…r needed to produce lift to keep the plane flying and also the need to gain altitute quickly
It varies from car to car and driver to driver. The next time you fill up, record the mileage. The next time you fill up again, record the mileage and the gallons it took to f…ill it up. Subtract the the first mileage reading from the second reading and you have the total miles driven. Now take the number of gallons used and divide them into the total miles driven between fill ups and you will have the miles per gallon (mpg) the vehicle gets with you driving.
Price of one gallon of gasoline cost 1.70 dollars in USA in 2000.Interestingly price of gasoline was 1.60 dollars in 1990 whichmeans an increase of only 0.10 dollars in 10 yea…rs.
about half of t he worlds production
because it is what cars run on, until someone develops a more efficient, eco friendly alternative that can easily & cheaply replace all gasoline powered vehicles, it will cont…inue to be widely used
The price varies by location, how close it is to a refinery, how close it is to a freeway, and by the company overhead that makes it available at a given location.. I paid $1….759 USD per gallon last night (2009apr12). Russia and other countries that subsidize petroleum prices for fuel, sell it for much less.
The average American consumes approximately 500 gallons (1892 L) of motor gasoline per year
The US Energy Department posts on the Energy Information Agency (EIA) many statistics including millions of barrels per day of gasoline produced. I have include a link which a…t the bottom, has tables and graphs of the gasoline produced. The "finished gasoline" is the total production, and is currently 8.923 million bbls/day in the latest week. A barrel is equal to 42 gallons.. See related links.
Approx 4.5 quarts.
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Because the other countries are asking more for importing the gas
That will depend on local labor rates. That will depend on local labor rates.
Around 5% of all the oil produce is exported out of the U.S. According to Chuck Grassley Alaska exports 10% of is oil Japan. 7% on the South Slope and 3% on the Noth slope
Most don't because most don't own cars. In less developed countries, the ones that do, their cars aren't as efficient as ours because they're cars are about 2 decades behind… ours. In developed countries, such as the U.S., we use a lit because we travel a lot, do aimless running around, don't get the best mileage due to personal driving styles, and to power different tools like weedwhackers and lawn mowers.
It varies with each vehicle. To determine the mpg (miles per gallon) your vehicle gets, fill your fuel tank to the top and record the mileage. The next time you need to refuel… record the mileage again and amount of fuel it took to fill. Subtract the first mileage reading from the last one. Take that reading and divide the number of gallons it took to refill the tank and you have the mpg your vehicle gets.