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It’s no secret that RVs do not get the best gas mileage, but how much will fuel for your trip actually cost? Use our RV trip gas cost calculator to find out! All you need to do is enter your RV’s MPG, the distance of your trip in miles and your price per gallon of fuel.
If you don’t know your RV’s average MPG head over to the gas mileage calculator to find out. Or check the RV gas mileage chart below for a rough estimate.
Don’t have an RV? No worries, the RV gas cost calculator works for cars too!
RV Trip Gas Cost Calculator
Current average gas prices per gallon throughout the country can be found at AAA.
Tip: If you’re planning a long RV trip or RVing full time, RV Trip Wizard is a great planner that not only helps you plan an RV safe route and find the best campgrounds along the way, but also estimates your trip’s fuel cost based on your RV’s MPG. They have a free 7 day trial if you want to try it out for yourself. For more info about all of the awesome RV Trip Wizard features check out our full review.
RV Gas Mileage Chart
If you don’t know your RV’s MPG yet, here’s a RV gas mileage chart to help you estimate how much gas you might use. You’ll see that there is a wide range because in addition to a variety of driving conditions, there are many different types of RVs. So, this is a very rough guide to give you a ballpark idea of the fuel efficiency for various RVs.
|Average mileage (MPG)
|Class A Motorhome
|6 to 13 MPG
|Class C RV
|11 to 18 MPG
|Class B RV
|15 to 25 MPG
|9 to 16 MPG
|7 to 14 MPG
Hope you enjoyed our RV gas cost calculator and have a better idea of how much fuel for your RV adventures will cost. Slow down and enjoy the journey, it might even help you save some gas along the way:)
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We’ve been full-time RVers since 2012. Over 127,000 miles and 47 states later, we are still towing our home around the United States.
On TowingHome we share what we have learned along the way; what we love (and what we don’t) about the RV lifestyle, tips and tricks, our favorite campgrounds, places and gear.
We hope that it makes your journey a little bit easier.