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According to The Motley Fool, American drivers use around 656 gallons of fuel each year, per person! Therefore, a family could conceivably use well over 1,000 gallons of fuel each year.
After doing the math, that same family would be spending several hundred dollars per month on fuel alone.
Since we RV full-time, we spend a good chunk of change on fuel each month. Our RV gets 6-7 miles per gallon; our Jeep, which doesn't do much better, gets about 13-15 miles per gallon.
Depending on the month, we spend anywhere from $100 to over $1,000 on fuel. We don’t drive very far during some months, but other months can consist of long hauls across the country. We recently drove across Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Kansas and Missouri to see family.
On that trip alone, we drove around 3,000 miles and spent around $1,500 in fuel! [Read more…]