One liter is the equivalent of approximately 0.2642 gallons. As both terms are measurements of volume, one can convert between the two by utilizing the fact that there are about 3.785 liters per gallon. More »

To convert a liter to a gallon, set a proportion of one gallon to the number of liters it contains versus the number of liters known to x gallons. A gallon is legally defined in the United States as 2.31 cubic inches, or... More »

According to the Exploratorium's measurement guide, 2 liters is approximately equal to 1/2 gallon or 8 cups. Metric liters are converted to U.S. customary gallons by multiplying the number of liters by 0.264. The precise... More »

A single barrel of crude oil is equivalent to 42 gallons. On average, refineries can convert a single 42-gallon barrel of oil into either 12 gallons of diesel fuel, 4 gallons of jet fuel or 19 gallons of gasoline. More »

There are 31.5 fluid gallons in one fluid barrel. There are 42 gallons of oil in one oil barrel and 26.24975569 dry gallons in one dry barrel. More »

The weight of 55 gallons depends on what liquid is being measured. Gallons are a measurement of volume, not weight. To calculate the weight of a certain volume, it is necessary to know the density of the liquid being mea... More »

Gas mileage is calculated by dividing the number of miles traveled by the number of gallons of gasoline it took to travel those miles. To get an accurate figure, reset the car's trip meter to zero immediately after filli... More »