How to Figure Out Miles Per Gallon?

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The easiest way to do this is with a full tank of gas. Fill your vehicle up and reset your trip mileage to read 0, or record your mileage at that point. Once you see that your fuel gauge is at 3/4 of a tank full, check your mileage. Determine how many miles you have driven sine filling your tank. Take this number and multiply it by 4 and that will tell you approximately how many miles you will get per gallon. It can vary a little depending on the type of driving you do but this is a good average.
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