The prices of fuel are today at a stage that we couldn’t have imagined a few years ago. With such high prices our main concern while traveling through cars is the cost of fuel required for each trip. What you could do to estimate the cost is check your car’s mileage, then calculate the distance of your journey, then factor in the local fuel rates; when all this information is at hand you can manually estimate the cost of fuel required. An alternative to the manual calculation is Go-Gas.
Go-Gas is a great website that can be of great benefit to people planning road trips. The site works in a very simple way.
Step 1: You see a map on the site’s homepage. You locate your position, and mark the departure and destination spots on the map. The map contains roads so the travelling-by-car distance from start to finish is automatically calculated by the site.
Step 2: Then you enter the information required by the website. This includes your car’s mileage and the local fuel rate. The fuel rate can be entered either in Euros or in Dollars.
Step 3: You enter these results and have the site estimate the total cost of required fuel for the journery.
The site’s feature is quite simple but greatly useful.