Most of the owners' manuals (from memory) say 18-20. On a good day, no head wind and casual driving, yeah maybe 20. The old 36/40s in average driving most of the time have a hard time making 20.
At 09:26 PM 2/27/2006, you wrote:
Wow, I used to get way better MPGs than that with my 23 window. I drove it daily for 5 1/2 years and got 20 mpg with all my normal driving. Whenever I would take a highway trip, I would get about 22 mpg.
-----Original Message----- From: Sammie Smith <slsmith@xxxxxxxxx> Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 13:50:25 To:tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: Buses on the Beach '06
The Type II, if you're lucky, gets about 18 mpg on the highway. It holds 40 liters (about 10.5 gallons). Figure that out. I think, if my math is correct, that's about 189 miles. Sharon, you were doing better than 18 mpg or you would have run out 2 miles short of the station instead of 1 mile.
At 01:32 PM 2/27/2006, you wrote: >Shron ,I stop every two hours weather I need gas or >not , I fill up , didn't take me about 10+ plus times >to come up with this rather primitive plan ,but if I >follow my rule it works > >--- Sharon Chamberlain <iluvvws@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > OK so Steve tells me I can go 200 miles on a tank of > > gas, I drove the camper > > home from Houston by myself, everything was fine and > > I was really enjoying > > it til I ran out of gas near Corsicana,190 miles,I > > should have stopped > > earlier but I was choosy, the station was a mile > > away. But I was rescued by > > Denis Holbrooks friends Ronnie & Theresa that cooked > > shrimp for everyone > > Sat, they are so nice, man I was happy to see them. > > Think we'll fix the > > gauge, I'm tired of this and I don't like carrying a > > can of gas in the car > > with us it stinks. We had a good time anyway, good > > to see everyone. > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf > > Of coocoo@xxxxxxx > > Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 9:39 PM > > To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > Subject: [tcb] Re: Buses on the Beach '06 > > > > Shirley was the coffee queen this morning. I think > > that for Nacogdoches I > > will bring coffee to everybody. > > > > > > > > > > From: "Ronnie Hughes" <y4s6wd5@xxxxxxxxxx> > > > Date: 2006/02/26 Sun PM 09:17:25 EST > > > To: <tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > > > Subject: [tcb] Buses on the Beach '06 > > > > > > Well, I made it back this morning in time to see > > my son before he went > > back to college. I left about 7:00 and got to the > > Woodlands at 8:45. > > Smooth sailing all the way. Sorry, I couldn't say > > good-bye to everyone, but > > I'm sure you would rather sleep. > > > > > > Denis, hope you found some coffee this AM. > > > > > > Thanks to everyone for a fun weekend, even with > > the rain and WIND. > > > > > > Ronnie > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >Paul Smith >www.23window.com/thezone >Praise The Lowered >T.C.B. >H.B.B.
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