With a total tank capacity of 300 gallons and an average fuel efficiency of
How much time does it take to fully fuel a semi-truck?
seven miles per gallon, semi trucks can travel 2,100 miles on a single tank of diesel fuel (often non-gasoline).
In so-called saddle tanks, a bigger truck (a semi-tractor) may transport 300 gallons or more of fuel (150 gallons each, one each side of the tractor).
Long-haul diesel vehicles may go up to 1,000 miles before needing to refuel,
which takes around 15 minutes. 34 gallons $4.99 = $169.76 in gasoline expenses for a typical diesel vehicle,
according to some simple arithmetic. If fuel efficiency is assumed to
be 6 MPG, a vehicle with a single 120-gallon tank may go around 600 miles.