The Gas Mileage calculator computes the average fuel economy based on the distance traveled and the fuel consumed.
INSTRUCTIONS: Choose units and enter the following:
Fuel Economy (MPG): The calculator returns the average miles per gallon and the equivalent kilometers per liter. Note: these can be automatically converted to compatible units via the pulldown menu. The calculator also returns the mileage deduction based on the IRS rates listed below.
The formula for fuel economy or average fuel efficiency is:
FE = D / F
This answers the questions:
A related computation is Fuel per Mile.
The US Mileage Rate for Business Travel shows the dollars per mile deduction for business travel for the calendar year. The most recently queried information from the IRS website on mileage includes:
Mileage Calendar Year: 2022
Use these deductions rates in the Mileage Tax Deduction Calculator. It computes tax deductions from miles travelled. Just enter the miles traveled and see the dollar amount associates for business, moving or medical, and charitable work.
International travel poses a several challenges, even if it's just over the boarder to Canada or Mexico. First, there is the conversion from liters to gallons, which is fixed, and then there's the conversion between the US dollar and other currency, which is constantly changing. vCalc is here to help. We know how to do the math and we keep track of currency fluctuations, and the result makes it easier on you.
Here are four examples, US dollar per gallon from
`DPG = € EPL * (3.7854 " Liters")/(1.0 " U.S. Gallons") * ($1.0 " USD")/( "€ 0.938 EUR")`
`DPG = Can$ CPL * (3.7854 " Liters")/(1.0 " U.S. Gallons") * ($1.0 " USD")/( "$ 1.347 CAD")`
`DPG = £ PPL * (3.7854 " Liters")/(1.0 " U.S. Gallons") * ($1.0 " USD")/( "£ 0.814 GBP")`
`DPG = ? PPL * (3.7854 " Liters")/(1.0 " U.S. Gallons") * ($1.0 " USD")/( "?17.198 MXN")`
Note the currency exchange rates are updated every two minutes.
Additional Fuel Price Conversions: