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As of 2015, the average per-mile towing charge ranges from $2.50 to $5. Towing companies also charge a base rate, or hookup fee, of $35 to $100.


The number of steps per mile is typically between 1,900 and 2,500 for walkers using a pedometer. The number varies naturally due to differences in stride length, speed and incline.


The average car is driven 15,000 miles per year. The National Household Travel Survey determined that Americans living in urban areas take more daily trips than those in rural areas, but they travel fewer miles per trip.


The average gas mileage of cars varies depending on weight class and vehicle type, but the average 2014 and 2015 miles per gallon among passenger cars driven in the United States is just over 25 mpg, according to the University of Michigan. Each year in the United States, the Environmental Protectio


Vehicles with high gas mileage ratings in both city and highway driving include Smart Fortwo, BMW i3 BEV, Fiat 500e, Volkswagen e-Gulf, Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S with AWD and Toyota Prius. Some use combination fuel technologies of gasoline and electric, which achieves over 100 miles per gallon, acc


While the average number of miles a person drives per year depends on age and gender, the most important group of drivers — those between the ages of 35 and 54 — drive nearly 15,300 miles per year. This is reported in a 2014 U.S. PIRG Education Fund study.


The 2016 Chevrolet Colorado diesel truck has an estimated fuel efficiency of 34 miles per gallon on the highway, according to Autoevolution.com. As of 2015, the Chevrolet Colorado diesel truck has not been released yet, so the accurate manufacturer fuel efficiency figures are not available.


Although there is no documented average time for running a mile, seven to 10 minutes is often cited as the average time for a person who is in pretty good shape. Many factors impact the amount of time a 1-mile run takes, including age, gender and fitness level.


The time it takes to run 3 miles will depend on the individual's speed and level of overall physical fitness, but a good rule of thumb would be 3 miles in 30 minutes. This amounts to a pace of 1 mile every 10 minutes, or 6 miles an hour.


As of 2014, the gasoline-fueled Smart cars average 36 miles per gallon and the electricity-fueled Smart cars average the equivalent of 107 miles per gallon. When converted, the equivalent of one gallon of gasoline for the electric Smart car is 33.7 kilowatts per hour.