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Mileage & Fuel Calculator - markchase - 16.05.2019 10:12

Driving can be expensive, especially if you regularly drive long distances and spend a lot of money on fuel. The new RAC Fuel Cost and Mileage Calculator can help you work out how much a journey will cost you in terms of fuel, so that you can budget accordingly. Whether you’re driving 200 miles for a long weekend away and a UK city break, or just popping to the shops, you’ll be able to see how much you’ll be spending on petrol or diesel.


RE: Mileage & Fuel Calculator - biningsource - 16.05.2019 10:13

The mileage calculator is easy to use. Simply add your current location - postcode or place - into the A category, and details of your destination into the B category. The overall driving distance will be displayed in miles and kilometres, and the driving time will also be shown.


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RE: Mileage & Fuel Calculator - markchase - 16.05.2019 10:13

The price of fuel rarely stays at the same level for long, increasing and decreasing regularly - even if only in small amounts. But it’s useful to be aware of what fuel prices are, so you know how much you’ll have to pay to fill your vehicle up. You’ll also know what the UK average is, so you can see which fuel stations are expensive.


RE: Mileage & Fuel Calculator - skylarkbootie - 16.05.2019 10:14

We use this information to call on retailers to pass on savings from falling wholesale prices directly to the consumer via the pumps on the service forecourt. This leads to retailers reducing the price of their petrol and diesel, which helps to keep the cost of motoring down. more info Mileage calculator


RE: Mileage & Fuel Calculator - biningsource - 16.05.2019 10:15

(16.05.2019 10:13)markchase napisał(a):  The price of fuel rarely stays at the same level for long, increasing and decreasing regularly - even if only in small amounts. But it’s useful to be aware of what fuel prices are, so you know how much you’ll have to pay to fill your vehicle up. You’ll also know what the UK average is, so you can see which fuel stations are expensive.


It’s well known that the faster you drive, the more fuel you use - Department of Transport figures state that travelling at 80mph can use up to 25% more fuel than at 75mph. Of course, you should always stick to legal speed limits anyway but it’s a bonus that driving sensibly and slower can also improve fuel efficiency.