Route from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale

The distance between Airdrie and Aylesbury Vale is 361 miles. Travel time is 6 hours and 11 minutes.

From: Airdrie, County: North Lanarkshire, Scotland
To: Aylesbury Vale, County: Buckinghamshire, England
361 mi , 6 h 11 min
Tolls: Stations
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Route from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale on map



Driving directions from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale

361 mi 6 h 11 min
1.
Head west
136 ft
2.
Turn left onto Carlisle Road (A73)
0.8 mi
3.
Turn right onto Brownsburn Road (B8058)
0.4 mi
4.
Turn left onto Calderbank Road (B802)
0.4 mi
5.
Continue onto Main Street (B802)
0.4 mi
6.
Continue onto Woodhall Mill Road (B802)
0.6 mi
7.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto B799
824 ft
8.
Exit the roundabout onto B799
862 ft
9.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A8
248 ft
10.
Exit the roundabout onto A8
524 ft
11.
Enter the roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto M8
812 ft
12.
Exit the roundabout onto M8
2 mi
13.
Take the ramp on the left onto M8
0.6 mi
14.
Merge right onto Bellshill Bypass (A725)
1.8 mi
15.
Continue onto Bellshill Road (A725)
0.5 mi
16.
Take the ramp on the left onto Bellshill Road (A725)
0.3 mi
17.
Enter Raith Interchange and take the 2nd exit
351 ft
18.
Exit the roundabout
0.3 mi
19.
Merge right onto M74
26.4 mi
20.
Continue onto A74(M)
49 mi
21.
Continue onto M6
98 mi
22.
Keep right onto Preston Bypass (M6)
86 mi
23.
Keep left onto M6
9.4 mi
24.
Keep right onto M6
37.9 mi
25.
Take the ramp on the left towards M1: The SOUTH
1.6 mi
26.
Merge right onto M1
16.7 mi
27.
Take exit 15A on the left towards A43: Oxford
1196 ft
28.
Keep left towards A43: Oxford
457 ft
29.
Continue onto A43
637 ft
30.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
283 ft
31.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
1115 ft
32.
Keep right at the fork
334 ft
33.
Keep left onto A43
901 ft
34.
Keep left onto A43
5.5 mi
35.
Enter Towcester Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
156 ft
36.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.8 mi
37.
Enter Abthorpe Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
138 ft
38.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
1.2 mi
39.
Take the ramp on the left
0.3 mi
40.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto A413
29 ft
41.
Exit the roundabout onto A413
6.3 mi
42.
Continue straight to stay on Main Street (A413)
1.1 mi
43.
Make a slight right onto Duck Lake (A413)
1293 ft
44.
Continue onto Moreton Road (A413)
0.9 mi
45.
Turn right onto High Street (A422)
537 ft
46.
Turn left onto Bridge Street
1106 ft
47.
Continue onto London Road
0.5 mi
48.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto London Road (A413)
134 ft
49.
Exit the roundabout onto London Road (A413)
672 ft
50.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto London Road (A413)
84 ft
51.
Exit the roundabout onto London Road (A413)
629 ft
52.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto London Road (A413)
124 ft
53.
Exit the roundabout onto London Road (A413)
0.8 mi
54.
Continue onto Buckingham Road (A413)
0.7 mi
55.
Make a slight right onto Main Street
0.9 mi
56.
Continue straight
1 mi
57.
Turn left onto Sandhill Road
1.3 mi
58.
Continue straight
0.3 mi
59.
Continue straight
1097 ft
60.
Continue onto Sandhill Road
0.5 mi
61.
Turn right to stay on Sandhill Road
66 ft
62.
Turn right onto St. Mary's Road
0.5 mi
63.
Continue onto Botyl Road
0.3 mi
64.
Turn left
0.4 mi
65.
Turn right
1 mi
66.
Make a sharp left
0.7 mi
67.
Turn right
269 ft
68.
Keep right at the fork
208 ft
69.
You have arrived at your destination
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How much is the expense of driving from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale?

The expense of driving from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale, using petrol as the fuel source, amounts to £62.6. This calculation derives from considering the petrol price as 143 pence per liter and the car's fuel efficiency at 37.5 miles per gallon. When carpooling with two passengers, the cost of the trip per passenger is halved to £31.3 (£62.6 divided by 2). With three passengers, the expense drops to approximately £20.87 per passenger (£62.6 divided by 3), and with four passengers, it's reduced further to £15.65 per passenger (£62.6 divided by 4).

To delve into the details of the calculations, the fuel cost computation is reliant on the distance traveled and the car's fuel consumption rate. For the journey from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale, approximately 43.8 liters of fuel would be required. This amount is determined by dividing the distance of 361.01 miles by the car's fuel consumption rate of 37.5 miles per gallon, and then converting from gallons to liters using the conversion factor of 4.54609 liters per gallon.

Multiplying the fuel needed by the petrol price per liter results in the total fuel cost of £62.6 for the trip. This breakdown illustrates the impact of various factors, such as fuel price and consumption rate, on the overall cost of the journey, providing insights for individuals planning similar trips and requiring budget estimates.
 

 

How much fuel a car uses is directly related to how well its engine is oiled. How to do it: 

 

  • Efficiency: An engine that has been properly cared for and is in good shape works more efficiently, which means it can burn fuel more efficiently and use less of it to make the same amount of power. 
     
  • Combustion: If the fuel injectors are dirty, the air filters are jammed, or the spark plugs don't work right, the fuel may not burn all the way. This is called incomplete combustion. This wastes fuel and makes people use more of it. 
     
  • Fuel blend: For the engine to burn efficiently, the fuel-air blend needs to be carefully managed. Any changes from the right ratio, like when an oxygen monitor or fuel injector doesn't work right, can cause the engine to use more fuel than it should. 
     
  • Mechanical Wear: As an engine ages, parts inside it like piston rings, valves, and seals can wear out. This makes the engine less efficient and causes it to use more petrol. This wear can be lessened with regular upkeep, which can also help keep fuel use in check. 
     
  • Ignition Timing: If the ignition timing is off, it can cause inefficient combustion and higher fuel usage. This can be caused by a worn distributor or a broken ignition system. 
     

To sum up, the state of a car's engine is a major factor in how much fuel it uses. For the engine to work well and use little petrol, it needs to be serviced regularly and fixed quickly when something goes wrong.


Diesel cost from Airdrie to Aylesbury Vale.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 39.5 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 19.75 £ (39.5/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 13.17 £ (39.5/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 9.88 £ (39.5/4) /p.


Where is Airdrie located?

Airdrie is located in North Lanarkshire county and in Scotland. It is situated at an altitude of 143 meters above sea level. Airdrie has coordinates 55.8662670o,-3.9625660o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Airdrie from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.


What is the location of Aylesbury Vale?

Aylesbury Vale is located in Buckinghamshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 173 meters above sea level. Aylesbury Vale has coordinates 51.8910256o,-0.9120156o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Aylesbury Vale from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.