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What's MileageTracker?

Mileage Tracker is a free, web based calculator and log that allows you to keep track of mileage (or litres per 100 kilometres!), parts, and maintenance for your car, boat, ATV, or anything with wheels, really. It lets you record how much gas you purchased, how much it cost, how much you paid for it, and how many miles you went. With this information, Mileage Tracker calculates your gas mileage, how much money you spend on gas, and other similar statistics. The more information you enter, the more you can see how different things affect your vehicles' gas mileage, like time of year, power modifications, where you purchased your gas, maintenance, etc.

How much information do I have to enter?

Not very much! At the very least, an e-mail address and password are all that's required to start an account (your e-mail address is only used so you can reset your password if you forget it). After that, all you need to do is keep track of how far you drive between fillups. What I do is reset my trip meter at each fillup - at the next fillup, I keep the receipt and write on it the mileage shown on the trip meter. The rest of the information, like gallons purchased and cost, is all on the receipt.

Can I keep track of anything else?

Sure! There are fields for keeping track of your vehicle's maintenance and any new parts you might add.

What kind of information will I see?

Here's a sample!
Example Data Example Graph

How do I get started?

Just click here to register!

Sitewide Averages

Number of Users: 19591 Top Mileage by Make/Model:

 1. Frieghtliner (45.34 mpg)
 2. Oldsmobile Cutlass (39.26 mpg)
 3. Mini Cooper S (34.04 mpg)
 4. Peugeot Partner (34 mpg)
 5. Daewoo Nubira (31.34 mpg)

Average Mileage: 30.379 mpg
Average 2008 Cost Per Gallon: US$ 3.31
Average 2007 Cost Per Gallon: US$ 2.856
National Unleaded Average:
Data courtesy
Regular Mid Premium Diesel E85 E85 MPG/BTU Adj Price

Gasoline News from Google News

U-T San Diego

Why gasoline prices will stay low, explained in under 2 minutes
Washington Post (blog)
Cheap gasoline is here to stay -- for the foreseeable future, at least. U.S. gasoline prices dropped again this week, averaging $2.64 a gallon – the lowest price since 2009. And the Energy Department is now forecasting it to average even less than that ...
Gasoline Spending In America Hasn't Been This Low In 11 YearsBusiness Insider
Cheap gasoline may not mean more travelU-T San Diego
Holiday Windfall: Gasoline Spending Expected to Hit 11-Year LowU.S. News & World Report (blog) -24/7 Wall St. -FuelFix (blog)
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The World's Biggest Car Company Wants to Get Rid of Gasoline
“This is not an alternative to a gasoline vehicle,” says Scott Samuelsen, an engineer and director of the National Fuel Cell Research Center at the University of California at Irvine. “This is a quantum step up.” The Mirai is hardly a speedster, though ...
Driving The 2016 Toyota Mirai Is Remarkably Unremarkable (And That's A Good ...Popular Science

all 73 news articles »

Lexington Herald Leader

Cheaper gasoline means more travelers on the highway, AAA says
Lexington Herald Leader
This holiday season, Americans are getting the gift of cheaper gasoline for their holiday travels. And that will encourage people to travel more — an increase of about four percent is expected — and increase the number of cars on the road, said ...

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