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A new website helps you determine how far you can drive before gassing up when the low fuel light goes on.
I don't need to tell you, the good citizens of Internet, that we are in the midst of a gas crisis. A gas crisis that demands that we try to stretch every tank of gas to the limit, trying to eek out as many miles per retarded expensive gallon as possible.
But when that low fuel light goes on, how do you really know how many more miles you can drive before you really need to gas up? Now Internet has the answer.
At the site TankOnEmpty.com, you can find out how many miles, on average, your make and model of car can drive after the low fuel light ignites like a hot ember from the deepest bowels of hell.
The key is that users of the site contribute their own car's statistics, creating a fairly reliable average for your car.
For example, the most popular car on the site, with 201 users submitting data, and with an average fuel light on to need to gas up mileage of 44.78 miles, we have the Honda Accord.
Whereas, surprisingly, the gas guzzling Hummer H3, gets an average distance of 59 miles according to the eleven users who have added info about that ass-head of a vehicle.
Sadly, nobody has added any data points about my make and model, the 1984 Toyota Cressida, probably because they're simply too embarrassed.
But go to TankOnEmpty.com and see how far you and your vehicle can travel after the light goes on. Thank you gas crisis, you are today's Internet Superstar.
Have a nomination for an Internet Superstar? Send it to martin at revision3 dot com