This Chart Helps You Estimate How Many Miles Your Car Has Left When the Fuel Gauge Starts Blinking

Posted on Sep 26, 2016

If you're a driver, this has happened to you at least once. The gas light suddenly starts to blink, and you still didn't get even near your destination. There are no gas stations around and you start to panic a little. And now you got yourself a dilemma. So you can test your luck or play it safe and stop. But how can you know for sure that your fuel will run out? The chart below can help you with that.

Driving on Empty Can Damage Your Car, However, a Chart Was Recently Made Using Data from 2015 Car Models

Driving on Empty Can Damage Your Car, However, a Chart Was Recently Made Using Data from 2015 Car Models
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The Results Are Approximately 30 Miles for Sedans and About 90 for SUVs after the Fuel Indicator Shows It's Time for a Refill

The Results Are Approximately 30 Miles for Sedans and About 90 for SUVs after the Fuel Indicator Shows It's Time for a Refill
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The Estimates Were Made on New Cars, So When You Need to Make Those Extra Miles or if You Can't Find a Gas Station, the Chart Is Incredibly Useful

The Estimates Were Made on New Cars, So When You Need to Make Those Extra Miles or if You Can't Find a Gas Station, the Chart Is Incredibly Useful
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Here You Can See an Estimate of How Far You Can Still Drive Based on Common Car Models

Here You Can See an Estimate of How Far You Can Still Drive Based on Common Car Models
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It's Nice to Know How Much You Can Still Drive Until Completely Empty, But Still, Make Sure You Don't Get Yourself in That Situation

It's Nice to Know How Much You Can Still Drive Until Completely Empty, But Still, Make Sure You Don't Get Yourself in That Situation
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