A Fuelly car needs three fuel-ups before it shows up public areas of the site. We've found that average fuel economy is all over the map when you only have a couple entries, but once a few fuel-ups have been added the average tends to even out to a more realistic number for the vehicle. Excluding newly created cars makes the list more useful for people who want to compare fuel economy.
If you want to see every single car on Fuelly click the "show all" link toward the top of the page and you'll see all cars regardless of the number of fuel-ups.
Did you ever nod off on a bus or a plane and wake up to find that due to some reason you've stopped at someplace other than your expected destination? That's how I'm dealing with the move from Gassavers to Fuelly.
I wasn't a regular there, and probably won't be here either, so the transition / merger caught me unaware.
Any-who... I've packed up the current Gassavers Garage occupants and migrated them here.
Glad to see you've made the transition. We merged with Fuelly a while ago. There should have been some emails sent to you at the time of the transition, but they might have ended up in your Spam folder and you missed them.
Commuting almost 180kms (110 miles) per day, so wanted to keep track of the fuel usage for my new 2014 Tacoma 4x4 and as well as my trusty 2006 Honda Van, which just went through a major overhaul engine-wise, and tires. The van has jumped drastically in mileage since getting a new timing belt, serp. belt, spark plugs and water pump (keeping it cool) - and new OEM tires (second set of tires were terrible).
Always more highway miles, live in a town and commute on the hwy every day... put 50,000 kms per year between both vehicle (cottage on weekends too)