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(SeattlePI)   Apparently Kramer was correct about how far your car can go on empty   ( seattlepi.com) divider line
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2013-02-04 10:58:23 AM  
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The huge standard deviations on that site's stats make the data pretty useless.
2013-02-04 11:00:10 AM  
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Or you could look up you fuel tank's capacity, subtract the amount of gas you had to put in it after the fuel light comes on and multiply that times you average fuel efficiency. Add in a factor of safety and you are good to go.

I would expect this to give better results than going by someone else's testimonial. There may be differences between two individual cars even if they are the same year and model.
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