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Old 09-29-2022, 05:28 AM   #1
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Switching between imperial and metric

Hi,

I recently completed a motorcycle trip to Nova Scotia from the US and had to try and convert my fuelly updates. I used the option to switch between US and mi/L and km/L (converting my miles to km etc.) but for some reason, I just cant get the combination correct to report the right fuel usage. Has anyone managed to do this successfully? I noticed that when I changed the settings to km/L the input form doesn't update to show km instead of miles and it still states gallons instead of liters. So its hard to know what its actually looking for.

Thanks for the help,
Rob
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Old 09-29-2022, 07:32 AM   #2
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I would say the easiest way to get around this is just to convert kilometres and litres to miles and gallons and use your normal input.

https://www.calculator.net/conversion-calculator.html
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I would say the easiest way to get around this is just to convert kilometres and litres to miles and gallons and use your normal input.
https://www.calculator.net/conversion-calculator.html
The calculation is not easy and cannot give an exact result
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The calculation is not easy and cannot give an exact result
You just stick the number in the converter and it does it for you. How much easier do you need? And to two places of decimals, you need no greater accuracy.
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