Trying to figure what I am doing wright or wrong, but I keep entering basic incremental Statistics, and the Mini-Stat "Last Tank" displays a dollar Value, however, since I use metric, the pricing is converted (it appears) to be in Dollars per US Gallon, yet the footer on the bottom of the stat, says "Last Price/Litre". (see picture)
Trying to figure how to change without breaking something else,bet seems to be calculator is broken on the Mini-Stat for Last$/Tank.
DraigFlag: Not too sure what you are referring to, as the information entered. I enter the Fuel Consumed as the Litres consumed what show on the Fuel Receipt for Canada (mostly) , Temperature Compenasated (By Law -Weights and measures Canada) to 15C.
The Dollars Entered are CAD$, the customary payment in Canada.
When Travelling in US, I Convert to CAD$, and From US Gallons to Litres, and input same. ( I also keep a conversion chart ready to get an approximation when travelling as to US$/USgallon pricing posted ,and how comparable it is to Canada $/Litre.
Sorry, can't beat £71.38 per average fillup that the Clio gets. I presume thats including road taxes.
According to 'theaa'  , I assume its the UK version of AAA/CAA American Automobile Assn, Canadian Auto Assn; the price for Diesel fuel in Wales is ~£6.1919 per Gallon(Imperial), but then I don't know the average employed wage rate for Wales either. So it may be reasonable given the world price for oil.
IF, I am doing something wrong, then it would show up immediately in the historic stats.
So far all appears reasonable. ~3 - 5 Litres per 100 km.