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How many litres of fuel did I get from £60 at 128.8? watch

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    I want to measure my mpg after I recently filled up with £60 petrol at 128.8 liter.

    forgot to get a receipt so just wondered how many litres I'd have got for that?
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    Really?

    £60/£1.288 = 46.583l.
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    That's cheap fuel.
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    Petrol's gone down to 129.9 now around here. West Midlands (Birmingham)
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    I think this is the same troll with his Vauxhall Astra...
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    (Original post by MrWhosane)
    Petrol's gone down to 129.9 now around here. West Midlands (Birmingham)
    (Original post by MrHappyChappy)
    That's cheap fuel.
    (Original post by Friggerpants)
    Really?

    £60/£1.288 = 46.583l.

    sorry I meant for 137.7 per litre.


    (Original post by de_monies)
    I think this is the same troll with his Vauxhall Astra...

    I'm the same person but not a troll so f uck off
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    (Original post by MrWhosane)
    Petrol's gone down to 129.9 now around here. West Midlands (Birmingham)
    Where abouts' and at which fuel pump?
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    (Original post by Hello friends)
    sorry I meant for 137.7 per litre.
    you'll get 43.6 litres from £60 approximately, which is around 9.59 gallons.
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    (Original post by mangamaan)
    Where abouts' and at which fuel pump?
    128.7 in Yorkshire (Asda)

    BP have fuel for 130.9 near me which isn't half bad, but I get better economy from shell
 
 
 
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