Calculate your vehicle gas mileage using this simple tool. To improve your gas mileage, it’s crucial to assess your current fuel efficiency to determine any potential improvements. Discover your vehicle gas mileage by inputting the distance you’ve traveled (based on past and present odometer readings) and the corresponding fuel consumption in the provided form. Additionally, please provide the current fuel price, enabling us to calculate your cost per mile concurrently.

Gas mileage is calculated by dividing the distance traveled by the amount of gas or fuel consumed. It is usually measured in **miles per gallon (MPG)** in the **United States, Canada**, and **kilometers per liter (km/L)** in other countries. This calculation is essential because it helps vehicle owners determine the gas mileage their cars are giving, allowing drivers to manage their gas expenses for the car more effectively.

The calculation can be done by **dividing the total distance traveled** by **the total amount of fuel consumed**. For example, if you traveled 300 miles and used 10 gallons of fuel, your **gas mileage would be 30 MPG**. Similarly, if you drove 400 km and consumed 40 liters of fuel, your gas mileage would be 10 km/L. This means that your vehicle has an average gas mileage of 30 miles per gallon. By using our gas mileage calculator, you can easily input the values for distance and the amount of gas used, and the calculator will calculate the mileage of your car.

- Maintain a speed between
**30 and 60**mph when possible to let the engine run at the optimal rate and improve your car's fuel mileage. - Avoid idling, especially if you have a large engine.
- Try to drive at an even speed to increase gas mileage by
**up to 30%**. - Keep your car and engine in good shape to reduce fuel consumption.
- Fix any fuel leaks to improve gas mileage and prevent pollution.
- Check your tire pressure regularly, as low pressure can decrease fuel mileage.
- Use an engine block heater in freezing winter temperatures to improve fuel mileage and decrease strain on the engine.
- Consider buying a more fuel-efficient car or using a motorcycle for solo trips.
- Walk or bike for short trips instead of driving to save fuel and get exercise.