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Old 03-01-2009, 11:22 AM   #1
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Tundra Gas Mileage, Feb 09

4.7 Gas Mileage. Feb 09.

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44,844 to 48,455 miles = 17.3 MPG

02-02 ... 332 mi ... 18.481 gal ... 18.0 MPG
02-06 ... 241 mi ... 13.753 gal ... 17.5 MPG
02-09 ... 237 mi ... 14.099 gal ... 16.8 MPG
02-11 ... 324 mi ... 18.462 gal ... 17.5 MPG
02-13 ... 169 mi ... 10.790 gal ... 15.7 MPG
02-16 ... 330 mi ... 18.839 gal ... 17.5 MPG
02-17 ... 380 mi ... 20.911 gal ... 18.2 MPG
02-17 ... 172 mi ... 09.235 gal ... 18.6 MPG
02-19 ... 276 mi ... 15.143 gal ... 18.2 MPG
02-21 ... 302 mi ... 17.080 gal ... 17.7 MPG
02-24 ... 230 mi ... 13.159 gal ... 17.5 MPG
02-25 ... 256 mi ... 14.828 gal ... 17.3 MPG
02-27 ... 402 mi ... 22.286 gal ... 18.0 MPG

Still averages around the mid 17's.
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Why do you not put that data into a GasSavers.org gaslog?
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Why do you not put that data into a GasSavers.org gaslog?
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This site, GasSavers.org, has a great gaslog function where you can feed in that sort of data every time you get gas, as well as adding notes.

If you look to the left of this sentence and down a little, you'll see the names of my vehicles (Effram The Retarded Rabbit and Can-do truck) and their average MPG. Click one of the MPG figures to see my gaslog for that vehicle.

If you go to the "Garage" link at the top tab bar of the site, you can enter your Tundra and start a gaslog.
http://www.gassavers.org/garage

Besides automatically figuring your average and figuring a 90-day running average, it also charts your FE by tank...

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Sorta like this?http://www.gassavers.org/garage/view/2484
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That's the garage entry...so you've already got the hard part done. The easy part is entering each fill's info in the gaslog when you fill.

This link should take you directly to your (so far non-existent) gaslog:
http://www.gassavers.org/garage/addgaslog/2484
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