About 1 liter
RES simply it says RESERVE Petrol to be flown to the carburator.
to my knowledge 5 litres.
yes, they have a reserve of petrol as a back up but they do not use much as they are solar powered. their main power comes from the solar panels.
A petcock is a fuel swich on the petrol tank that can turn the flow of petrol to the engine on and off. It usually has a on, off and sometimes reserve setting.
If the vehicle is a petrol V8 it is located at the front of the intake manifold where the top hose enters the block.
Yes and no, I have a 2002 bandit 1200s, it has a reserve switch to the left of seat... You need to switch to reserve by around 115 miles ridden or the bike will slow at throttle and shut off. It has a gravity feed hose below normal hose, that is reserve, just simply turn the knob "arrow up" and it will go to reserve.
The engine remains running during the movement of the car.
The amount of petrol left after the fuel light comes on varies by make and year of car. The reserve tank on most vehicles holds about 1.5 to 2 gallons of petrol or gas. To estimate the miles left a person needs to know the miles per gallon of the car.
8.5 liters about 50 miles
Until relatively recently, lead was added to petrol to raise its octane rating. After decades of cars emitting this into our atmosphere, scientists began to find high levels of lead in the air of our cities and along major traffic arteries. Even after lead is no longer added to fuel, the lead remains in our urban environment and re-enters the atmosphere when disturbed.